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A – head, B – thorax, C – abdomen,
1 – prothoracic shield,
2 – spiracle,
3 – true legs,
4 – midabdominal prolegs,
5 – anal proleg,
6 – anal plate,
7 – tentacle,
a – frontal triangle,
b – stemmata (ocelli),
c – antenna,
d – mandible,
e – labrum. (Michal Komomiczak / Wiki; cc by-sa 3.0)

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Spurge hawk moth caterpillars (Hyles
euphorbiae) are sometimes used in
pastures to control Leafy Spurge, an
invasive plant that can sicken cattle.
(Daniel Schwen / Wiki)

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