ⓘ Xylophanes porioni

                                     

ⓘ Xylophanes porioni

Xylophanes porioni is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from Peru.

Length of fore wings is 39-40 mm. It differs from all other species of Xylophanes mix a wide, compact shape of the wings, which was filled with a brown pattern on top of the front wing and the arrangement of spots forming the median band on the wings at the top. The ground color of the upper body and fore wings red-brown. Front wing top is similar in appearance to Xylophanes rufescens, but the pattern of lines and spots more contrasting. The first postmedian line is scattered, running to Costa, not the apex. The second and third postmedian lines are poorly developed, running to Costa and below the fourth postmedian line is replaced with veins, dots, or he presented a number of points vein. In the middle lane on the wings from above consists of a series of off-white triangular spots, which increase in size from the apex to the anal angle.