Scientific name Hemaris croatica
|Similar Marumba quercus, Hemaris tityus, Sphingonaepiopsis gorgoniades, Hemaris fuciformis, Aplasta ononaria|
Hemaris croatica is a moth of the Sphingidae family. It is found on the Balkan, Anatolia and the Caucasus to Iran. Along the Mediterranean coast it is found up to northern Israel. There are local populations on the Crimea and in eastern Ukraine and western Kazachstan.
The wingspan is 36–64 mm (H. croatica croatica) up to 65–71 mm (H. croatica fahira). In the north and in mountainous areas it flies in one generation in July. In warm areas it flies in two generations from May to June and in August.