Moths have a reputation for being pretty drab and boring compared to their relations, the more brightly-colored butterflies. However, there are a number of moths just as spectacular as a butterfly. Though the colors of the sphinx moth are typically not as stunning, they capture attention a different way: with their wings beating so swiftly, darting about and hovering in front of flowers as they drink their nectar, they can easily be mistaken for hummingbirds; ergo Hyles lineata, the White-Lined Sphinx Moth, is often called the Hummingbird Moth.
Image is a print of an original color pencil drawing by Rachael Koppendrayer, printed on 100# cover.
Each card measures 5×7 inches, and is blank on the inside. Envelope is included.
310 Sphinx Moth
Printed in USA