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Erinnyis ello Adult Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Sphingidae Genus: Erinnyis Species: E. ello Binomial name Erinnyis ello (Linnaeus, 1758)[1] Synonyms Sphinx ello Linnaeus, 1758 Erinnyis cinifera Zikán, 1934 Erinnyis ello omorfia (Mooser, 1942) Erinnyis ello, commonly known as the Ello Sphinx, is a member of the Sphingidae family. It resides from Argentina, through Central America, and as far north as Nevada, US in North America. The wingspan is 75-85 mm. The abdomen has gray and black bands. The forewing upperside of the females is pale gray with a few dark dots near the outer margin, while the forewing upperside of the males is dark gray and brown with a black band running from the base to the tip. In both sexes, the hindwing upperside is orange with a wide black border.[2] Adults are on wing year round in the tropics and southern Florida. Adults feed on the nectar of various flowers, including Saponaria officinalis and Asystasia gangetica. The larva feed on a variety of host plants including, Papaya (Carica papaya) in the Caricaceae family, Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) in the Euphorbiaceae family, Guava (Psidium spp.) in the Myrtaceae family, Saffron Plum (Sideroxylon celastrinum) in the Sapotaceae family and Mandioca (Manihot esculenta) in the Euphorbiaceae family. Subspecies Erinnyis ello ello (tropical and subtropical lowlands and foothills from Argentina, Bolivia and Brazil north through Central America, Mexico, and the West Indies to southern Florida, Texas, Arizona, southern California and southern Nevada) Erinnyis ello encantada Kernbach, 1962 (Galapagos Islands) References ^ CATE Creating a Taxonomic eScience - Sphingidae ^ Silkmoths External links Ello Sphinx Moths of America This Dilophonotini-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e