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Sphinx kalmiae

a green caterpillars with yellow and black stripes along its body and a black horn-like appendage atop its rear is perched on the stem of an ash tree leaf, with its head and front pair of prolegs lifted up off the stem

With ash trees decimated by the emerald ash borer, where do other insects that depend on ash go? A new study shows landscape managers that choosing the right replacements for ash is critical for such ash-reliant native insects, such as Sphinx kalmiae, shown here. (Photo by Rob Routledge, Sault College,

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