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Figure of a sphinx

This terracotta, slip-cast sphinx was made at the Watcombe pottery, Torquay, in the early 1870s. The maker’s mark was impressed on the side of the base. The Torquay pottery industry...

Elephant hawk-moth

Adult elephant hawk-moths are quite a common sight May-July across the UK. Frank Lees bred this moth from a larva between 1927 and 1928. It emerged as an adult July...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees collected this specimen. This is the much smaller relative of the elephant hawk-moth Deilephila elpenor, and...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees bred this specimen from an egg between 1929 and 1930. It emerged as an adult...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees bred this specimen from a larva between 1932 and 1933. It emerged as an adult...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees bred this specimen from a larva between 1932 and 1933. It emerged as an adult...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees collected this specimen 11 June 1929. This is the much smaller relative of the elephant hawk-moth...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees collected this specimen 20 June 1929. This is the much smaller relative of the elephant hawk-moth...

Small elephant hawk-moth

Adult small elephant hawk-moths fly May-July across the UK but prefer chalky areas. Frank Lees collected this specimen 5 July 1932. This is the much smaller relative of the elephant hawk-moth...