IMHO, it is not Orgyia antiqua, andOrgyia recens
Reserves # 28814. Also very troubling year shooting :)
Please correct pupa to larva.
This is not Hoplodrina superstes, but again Anarta trifolii
Vague doubts bother me. Doesn't look like Spodoptera exigua...
This is not Hypsopygia costalis. Bug, apparently!
This is not at all Acronicta rumicis, I see Anarta trifolii instead.
In my unprofessional opinion, this specimen looks more likely to be a nominative ssp. rather than autolycus. I checked there: http://en.butterflycorner.net/Papilio-ulysses-Mountain-Blue.schwalbenschwanz100.0.html.
Please remove the comma from the gender name!
Maybe worth adding that it's home-raised, not naturally? Not to scare folks ;)
Castalius rosimon (Fabricius, 1775) ?
Well, I was thinking like this: what similar species is a closest to Kharkov? If they don't migrate, then should interrogate the author, if he happened to visit the South Caucasus or Middle Asia when was a child ;)
Isn't there is some ID mistake? Looks so unsimilar to #18796.
There is a double: Yponomeuta rorrellus (Hübner, 1796), http://lepidoptera.ru/taxonomy/33509
I want to clarify about the spread.
1. In Ukraine, this species is found, as far as I know, only two (2) times in the Crimea. Obvious zalet. Whether it is necessary in this case to indicate that the species is distributed in the Ukraine? I think not. Well, or at least put a star.
2.In the "old description": Is Russia has a "Trans-Caspian region to the Aral Sea"? Perhaps originally it was about ...
I see that the larva is crawling to pupate, still too early to name it "pupa"... IMHO... yet
Why Chilades galba couldn't really fly from the Caucasus to Kharkov?
Still maybe female? The head is red...
Very cautious version: Cigaritis lohita male?
There's something wrong with this pic. Look closely at #22455 pic of the same author. Evidently it's the same specimen, on the same leaf. Whilst the date differs.
I'm for this is Niphanda fusca (Bremer & Grey, 1853).
The first description is written Melanippe Mandshuricata (http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/126369#page/98/mode/1up). But that does not mean anything :)
Yes, O. venatus only in the Far East, Europe - sylvanus. By Reference not buggy, just before, as I understand it, and sylvanus venatus considered synonymous, respectively, in the books in Europe could venatus drives.
I won't anymore (c). Would delete the pic, sadly am not able already.
@Ornithoptera titanoides Sumiyoshi, 1989, Phalaena pavonia Linnaeus, 1758, minor Linnaeus, 1758@ удалены из синонимов
@Ornithoptera titanoides Sumiyoshi, 1989, Phalaena pavonia Linnaeus, 1758@ удалены из синонимов
IMHO, of course, this butterfly is not like Eudonia lacustrata, but rather on Scoparia basistrigalis.
Watched here: http://lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Eudonia_Lacustrata
Author, comment, please, where is the caterpillar? I do not see it :)
Maybe not an egg, but still a caterpillar?
Can move in precise? What other options besides argiades?
I've now look carefully at the site has a subgenus of the genus Maculinea Phengaris, and there is a separate genus Maculinea. With the same species. IMHO there is better not to hurry, but first understand what is happening.
It may still be moved to N. antiopa?
Something does not look like it on the imago :)
And this kind of duplicated: Maculinea alcon, http://lepidoptera.ru/taxonomy/51159
Note to the species Lycaena violaceus (removed from the base of 04.11.2013 18:45): And if it is not synonymous with Lycaena violacea (http://lepidoptera.ru/taxonomy/23144)?
I do not know where to write, I will write here.
Look at what the picture is shown as the title for the subgenus Cupido (http://lepidoptera.ru/taxonomy/2601). Well this is all some kind of nightie!
And why is inaccurate? IMHO this is a 100% Celastrina argiolus. And in Ukrane there is nothing else like it.
Gluck: view somehow still in inaccurate.
Gluck: view somehow still in inaccurate.
To be absolutely precise, we should probably write Papilio machaon Linnaeus, 1758 (ie, without brackets), since it is in the genus Papilio and he was described by Linnaeus.
Comrades experts, please see this happen to C.elocata?