Chamaesphecia annellata

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Chamaesphecia annellata
Chamaesphecia annellata female.jpg
Chamaesphecia annellata, female
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Sesiidae
Genus: Chamaesphecia
Species: C. annellata
Binomial name
Chamaesphecia annellata
(Zeller, 1847)[1]
  • Sesia annellata Zeller, 1847
  • Sesia ceriaeformis Lederer, 1853 (nec Lucas, 1849)
  • Sesia annellata var. ceriiformis Staudinger, 1856
  • Aegeria muscinaeformis Walker, 1856
  • Sesia minorata Staudinger, 1894
  • Chamaesphecia annellata f. ledereri Bartel, 1912
  • Chamaesphecia clermonti Le Cerf, 1914
  • Chamaesphecia asellana Heydenreich, 1851

Chamaesphecia annellata is a moth of the family Sesiidae. It is found from Germany and Poland south to Greece and Turkey and east to southern Russia and the Caucasus.[2]

The wingspan is 14–17 mm. Adults are on wing from June to September.[3]

The larvae feed on Ballota nigra.[4]