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    Default Hummingbird Hawk-Moth

    Saw this little beauty on my way along the cliff side footpath
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    Look at that proboscis! I love watching them!

    Really good photo, Beryl - as they don't stay still, but jerk here and there!

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    Nice one Beryl.
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    Thank you.
    Yes the have an enormously long proboscis.
    They also go back to the same flowers every day at the same time. When I read this I put it to the test and 4 days on the trot I went back to the same place at the same time and there it was

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