• Species : Agrius convolvuli
  • English Name : Convolvulus Hawk
  • Stage : Larvae x 12
  • Price : £details 2020
  • Availability : Late summer 2020

This large Hawk moth migrates to the UK each year and can be seen hovering over Nicotiana plants at dusk.

The larvae feed on Morning Glory, Sweet Potato, Convolvulus, Hedge Bindweed  and Field Bindweed. The pupae over winters but must not be allowed to get to cold, about 12°c is about right for this species.

Availability dependent on migration which usually occurs late August until October.

 Larvae are from a wild females caught in the garden at Nicotiana flowers.

Picture of ♂

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