NANFA-- hawkmoths
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 08:03:26 EDT

It is good to have immediate access to a biologist whose specialties include
insects, birds and plants. :>

Comments from Liz on Hawkmoths:

Sure, there are several kinds. The tomato worm grows up into a hawk
moth. They are fast flyers with very long tongues. Some kinds are
diurnal and others are nocturnal.
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