(C. Swinhoe, 1892)
It is found from southern Pakistan, India, the Maldives and Sri Lanka, east across Thailand, southern China and Taiwan to southern Japan (the Ryukyu Archipelago) and the Philippines, then south across south-east Asia to the Andaman Islands, eastern Indonesia, the Solomon Islands and the Torres Strait of New Guinea.
There are several generations per year in Hong Kong, with adults on wing from March to November, with peaks in late March, May and early October.
- Pinhey, E. (1962). Hawk Moths of Central and Southern Africa. Longmans Southern Africa, Cape Town.
- Pittaway, A. R.; Kitching, I. J. "Hippotion rosetta (Swinhoe, 1892) -- Swinhoe's striated hawkmoth". Sphingidae of the Eastern Palaearctic. Retrieved December 15, 2018.
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