|Manduca pellenia, adult|
The wingspan is 107–126 mm. The underside of the abdomen is shaded with brown scales, especially in the male. There are heavy, discal, black patches found on the forewing upperside with, forming a band.
There is probably one generation per year in Costa Rica with adults on wing from September to November. They feed on flower nectar.
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