Animals that prey upon Hemaris thysbe include the Great Crested Flycatcher, Blue Jay, Chinese Manitd, Goldenrod Spider, Red-winged Blackbird, American Robin, Eastern Grey Squirrel, Northern Cardinal, Wild Turkey, White-breasted Nuthatch, Eastern Box Turtle, Fiery Searcher and Common Black Ground Beetle.Hemaris thysbe

Relationships with Nature
Hemaris thysbe relies on the nectar from flowering plants for nutrients and is a representative of the single most diverse lineage of organisms to have evolved primarily dependent on angiosperm plants, the Leopidoptera. Clearwing hummingbird moths will also seek shelter from predators beneath and around the plants they are commonly feeding on.

Human Interaction
Hemaris thysbe
has no real impact upon humans other than its ability to pollinate flowers for gardens that may or may not grow into fruit (Moran).