classification
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Sphingidae
Genus: Deilephila
Species: D. elpenor

THE ELEPHANT-HAWKMOTH

The elephant hawkmoth - Deilephila elpenor, is a large, impressive species with an adult wingspan of between 58-70mm. It is widespread in the England and Wales, scarcer in Scotland and only found in isolated

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THE ELEPHANT-HAWKMOTH

The elephant hawkmoth - Deilephila elpenor, is a large, impressive species with an adult wingspan of between 58-70mm. It is widespread in the England and Wales, scarcer in Scotland and only found in isolated pockets in Ireland. WANT TO BUY HARDY ...

WEIGELA FLORIDA

Originally classified as Weigela rosea by English botanist John Lindley (1799 – 1865), Weigela florida was the first species within the genus to be collected for Western gardens. Names in honour of German scientist Christian Ehrenfried ...

BUDDLEJA GLOBOSA

Commonly known as the 'Orange Ball Buddleja', Buddleja globosa is a deciduous ornamental shrub noted for its deep-yellow to orange blooms. Native to both the dry and moist forests of the Peru, Chile and Argentina. It has a long history ...

ROSEBAY WILLOWHERB

Known as 'Fireweed' in the United States as it is often the first plant to grow following the ravages of fire, Rosebay Willowherb - Chamerion angustifolium is a perennial herbaceous plant native throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere. ...