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23.05.2014 14:03, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #4054

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:44, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28857

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:43, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28852

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:43, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28853

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:43, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28854

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:42, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28855

This species is identified correctly.

26.04.2014 22:42, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28856

This species is identified correctly.

25.04.2014 17:57, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28791

This species is identified correctly.

25.04.2014 17:56, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28789

This species is identified correctly.

25.04.2014 17:56, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28788

This species is identified correctly.

25.04.2014 17:56, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28787

This species is identified correctly.

25.04.2014 17:56, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28790

This species is identified correctly.

17.04.2014 6:41, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28498

This species is identified correctly.

08.04.2014 18:59, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #16403

It has been almost two weeks, I see no change. I am writing again. It is notDiarsia brunnea. It's eitherDiarsia rubi, orDiarsia florida(types rubi florida and do not differ in appearance only through the study of drugs genitalia). BecauseDiarsia brunneaphoto should be removed, at least in undefined. However, what I've been writing you? Do you want to err - err on.

08.04.2014 18:52, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28445

In appearance this butterfly that can only guess. But here come to the aid of the summer periods. The butterfly was photographed on June 22. Eumedonia eumedon usually starts to fly much earlier than Aricia artaxerxes. Butterfly on fresh photos. Eumedonia eumedon at the time of June 22 can not be a fresh (especially given the geography - Kaluga region.), It certainly would have been worn or ...

08.04.2014 18:37, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28446

I thinkAricia artaxerxes

08.04.2014 18:37, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #28447

It is more likelyAricia artaxerxes

19.03.2014 23:44, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #26669

Wrong. Eddy is right, this is berbera.

19.03.2014 23:29, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #16403

It is not brunnea. More like a butterfly from the group rubi / florida.

09.03.2014 19:14, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27920

I'll say. Overal appearance says more for Melitaea phoebe. Though the angles here (underside hardly seen) make it hard to conclude anything on what's this, Melitaea phoebe or dark M. cinxia. If leave this in M. cinxia, then in tentatively identified.

09.03.2014 19:14, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27921

I'll say. Overal appearance says more for Melitaea phoebe. Though the angles here (underside hardly seen) make it hard to conclude anything on what's this, Melitaea phoebe or dark M. cinxia. If leave this in M. cinxia, then in tentatively identified.

08.03.2014 6:05, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27915

aglaja

08.03.2014 6:04, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27915

This species is identified correctly.

07.03.2014 17:34, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27911

Wrong, this is Apatura ilia instead

06.03.2014 15:45, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27902

Boloria dia in the Vologda region has unambiguously.

06.03.2014 12:54, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27902

Neither one nor the other. Boloria diait.

06.03.2014 12:52, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27903

Common female colour in this species, nothing astounding here.

22.02.2014 21:33, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #5189

Quite similar to Mythimna pudorina (yet identified by Vlad Proklov).

20.02.2014 23:41, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27720

Leucoma salicis is as well distributed in Primorye. Please read attentively the "Lymantriidae" thread on molbiol.ru.

20.02.2014 23:14, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #23765

Pleuroptya ruralis Sure if there is no another as similar species in the region.

20.02.2014 23:11, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27724

Xanthia icteritia

20.02.2014 23:11, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27725

Xanthia icteritia

19.02.2014 22:46, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #22928

Got it. Two photos in the middle look quite similar to our thing.

19.02.2014 22:24, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #11755

That's it. Just emerged and spreading its wings, thus the habitus seems kind of weird.

19.02.2014 22:09, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #22928

Celypha lacunana

19.02.2014 21:55, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #23073

This species is identified correctly.

19.02.2014 16:06, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #14402

Phiaris umbrosana This pic is grouped with http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/14401 which was "identified" by Sergey Novitsky.

19.02.2014 16:04, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #14401

Eddy Verfaillie was the first who identified, should be corrected.

19.02.2014 15:59, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #11756

Cabera pusaria

19.02.2014 15:59, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #11755

Cabera pusaria

19.02.2014 14:31, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27716

This species is identified correctly.

19.02.2014 12:39, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27636

" are easily distinguished by size (venatus larger) " It is not necessary to appeal to size. From the photographs the size of the butterfly still do not understand.

19.02.2014 12:36, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #20634

Vasily, I didn't offer any versions on what's this species. Just noted that this photo features the specimen quite well (despite two other pics of the specimen).

19.02.2014 11:28, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #20634

Two other pics of this specimen http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/20633 and http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/22453) may be not satisfying, whilst this one is good enough, everything's clearly seen. Am I wrong?

19.02.2014 11:21, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27636

I looked at photos Ochlodes venatus the Internet. What I want to say. Differences from sylvanus zero, they do not. Paired Ochlodes sylvanus / venatus seems only possible definition of drugs genitals. In addition, in Primorye there are other species of the genus Ochlodes. On the site there are no people who could clarify this point. We do not have good people on Rhopalocera.Needless to think about ...

19.02.2014 11:02, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #10766

If you are satisfied ?, transferred to incorrect If it is possible to endure inaccurate. I am guided not only by signs O. Pekarsky, but also his personal observations. In my area Cucullia lucifuga, Napara C. umbratica, the most banal kind kapyushonnits I catch them every year at dozens. And they are all very similar to that of Slovakia. Oh, and one more thing.In Cucullia lucifuga "bean-shaped" ...

18.02.2014 20:02, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #10767

Cucullia lucifuga Grounds: http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/10766

18.02.2014 19:37, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #10766

I think it's Cucullia lucifuga. At the time, Oleg Baking Offline molbiol in the topic "Definition of Butterflies" shows how to distinguish between types of C. lucifuga and C. lactucae (third similar species C. pustulata in Slovakia is not, according to the catalog on our website). What we have in this case? Darken the outer edge of the front wing there (in C.lactucae it does not happen) plus ...

18.02.2014 19:13, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #16343

Definitely not C. lucifuga. C. lucifuga has no yellow margins in its forewings whilst this specimen has and a huge one. I agree with Alexandr here that this is most likely Cucullia balsamitae though this species never mentioned in Moscow region, will be a new one in the hood.

18.02.2014 18:58, Sergei Kotov: comment on photo #27247

Typical Hypomecis roboraria

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