Acherontia


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Thus there is an unconfirmed record of the Death's Head Hawkmoth, Acherontia atropos (Linnaeus, 1758) from Abu Dhabi and another of the Coffee Clearwing Hawkmoth, Cephonodes hylas virescens (Wallengren, 1865), from the Hajar Mountains of the Northern Emirates.
Boileau's Le Lutrin (1674, 1683) (V, 39-50), the cave of Acherontia in Fenelon's Telemaque (1699), beginning of book XIV, and the cave of Spleen in Pope's The Rape of the Lock (1714) (IV, 13-24).
Death's head hawk moth is also called Acherontia atropos.
Hacia 1920, aparecen los primeros relatos del genero: Yzur, Vida Acherontia o un fenomeno inexplicable, de Leopoldo Lugones.