| Acosmeryx, Ampelophaga rubiginosa, Mimas christophi, Ampelophaga, Phyllosphingia dissimilis|
Acosmeryx naga is a moth of the Sphingidae family. It was described by Frederic Moore in 1858, and is known from Japan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, China and south-east Asia.
Acosmeryx naga Wikipedia
The wingspan is 86-112 mm.
In northern China, there is one generation per year, with adults on wing from April to June. In Korea, adults are on wing from early May to mid August.
The larva of the species have been found on plants in the genera Vitis, Ampelopsis, Actinidia, and Saurauia.Acosmeryx naga naga (Himalayan foothills of Pakistan, India, Nepal and China, Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand, northern Vietnam, eastern and southern China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan)
Acosmeryx naga hissarica Shchetkin, 1956 (southern Tajikistan and Afghanistan)