from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of clear-winged hawk-moths, including large species with transparent wings, obsolete tongue, subclavate antennæ with a brush of hair at the tip, and rather densely clothed legs, which, however, are not tufted. T. apiformis of the United States is so called from its bee-like appearance.


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