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Hawkmoth caterpillar with turquoise horn

Observed: 13th August 2013 By: ChalkieChalkie’s reputation in InvertebratesChalkie’s reputation in InvertebratesChalkie’s reputation in Invertebrates
DSC07245 hawkmoth caterpillar c 3cm long
DSC07250 turquoise horn
DSC07253 rear view

Found near wild privet, but it doesn't seem to be a privet hawkmoth. The spike/horn on the rear end looks like some sort of hawkmoth? No stripes or patterns visible though. Perhaps a hummingbird hawkmoth - or a very pale lime hawkmoth? It is about 3cm long, 1cm thick.

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Species with which Humming-Bird Hawk-Moth (Macroglossum stellatarum) interacts