The wingspan is 55–56 mm. The females are larger than the males. It is similar to Xylophanes depuiseti and Xylophanes ploetzi, but the underside of the body and wings is more golden-yellow and the lines on the forewing upperside are more distinct.
Adults are on wing in January in Ecuador and possibly longer elsewhere.
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