Please, help with linking this photo to that one: http://insecta.pro/gallery/67235
Что-то не нашёл полочку для Bembidion dentellum...
Этот снимок надо переместить к Cryptocephalus quadriguttatus.
Прошу прощения, все мои снимки с данной странички нужно переместить к Myrmecophyes alboornatus (Miridae: Orthotylinae: Halticini).
Определение вида по фото - Александр Дрогваленко.
У Labidostomis lucida должны быть черные пятна на надкрыльях...
А не Acronicta auricoma ли это? http://www.lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Acronicta_Auricoma
Да откуда ж мне, непосвященному, знать, что smax - это Максим Смирнов, ежели в профиле у него окромя Maxim ничего нет...)
Таперича занёс в шпаргалку и буду знать.
Появились сомнения с определением: http://molbiol.ru/forums/index.php?showtopic=133597&view=findpost&p=1635891
Eugene, thank you! It is easy to understand for such "dummies" like me.)))
Basil, a post that I saw, but How to download yourself in the genus (and so on) there is not a word. Which line should I boot taxon register?
Approximately possible - bug-hunter (Nabidae).
Good work! Such light never met.
Judging from the perch, the same instance. Then it is necessary to group.
Eugene, thank you! Links really seen a difference.
Basil and Paederus riparius different than, for example, Paederus fuscipes.
Currently, the generic name Batozonellus Arnold, 1937 is summarized in the synonyms to Parabatozonus Yasumatsu, 1936, as a more senior title. Synonymy justified in the book:
Loktionov VM, Cherish A. spider wasp (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) Russian Far East. - Vladivostok: Dal'nauka 2014.
So, the correct name for this species is palaearctic Parabatozonus lacerticida (Pallas, 1771).
Hunt spiders ...
In this image and related - male. https://www.insekten-sachsen.de/Pages/TaxonomyBrowser.aspx?Id=231725
In fairness, we had to dig in the forum molbiola found: Determine photo Alexei Kovalev (Fornax13).
Yeah, read already.) Now we must somehow move ...
Hmm, but what of the poplar birch different. I found all of their on aspen and willow on the instance.
I understand that pictures of Apollo has in abundance. But, I think, it is one of the most northern Apollo, if not the most. I met for the first time, but I hope for the next year and look for caterpillars and butterflies.
And as the date to determine the age of the shooting? I have the same picture on the first of September ...
Re: Vladimir, I figured with the amount of ages :)
Basil there between shots 7 minutes passed ...). This same goose. And the age of the photo is unlikely to determine exactly. If only the of eggs grew.
Re: Vladimir, I think that it is you do not shed (it seemed to you), but just died ((
No, Basil, is molting. And the skin is, as usual, was alone in a corner. But after molting has not fed ...
And my will is not, as died. But again I molted before.
Vasily, thank you! I realized that it is necessary for one to hang.
Ah, again nakosyachil, tracks in a separate group united ... Now I can not combine with butterfly and chrysalis. Please correct.
Oh thanks! The more interesting! I watched the photo on this page the determination, but for some reason decided that I C. pamphilus.
Re: Vladimir, and you are underdetermined be shipped in one package and individually.
So I pack has never and is not loaded, load all the images one by one.
OK, I realized his mistake, but the name of the file to edit can not. And to kind of determined to molbiole Olearius, aka Evgeny Tsvetkov. I myself, too, at first thought to Scoparia ...
Caterpillar taken, eats birch. If we can bring - we will know the truth.
Area # 7. European southern taiga.
Thank you, Basil!
Can not add the group to the numbers 31437, 31438, 31439, 31888, 31889, 31890, 31891.
Upload a photo Coscinia cribraria with the size height 768. All of the old.
Peter, I'm not a big expert in Photoshop and use only a few sliders.
But what happens to the image uploaded to the site, I do not know.
Take a look at the same picture to other resources and compare:
In this case, the BB is not right. And, when shooting in RAW (NEF), the white balance is easy to rule in the proyavschike.
AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED
Re: Those who have questions about the spelling of Russian names of species - reported.
Yeah, then another question: torfyannikovaya or torfyanikovaya yet? )
I'm not lazy, just missed somehow this moment. MEND.
And in this case, and not a living, not a collector ...)
You can add a # 7 regions of Russia in the spread.
Can not be combined into one group number # 30539, # 30540, # 30541, # 30542, # 30543, # 30544, # 30545.
I think that view is defined incorrectly. Do not see the characteristic "horns" of the head, typical for the larvae of this species. In the photo is likely caterpillar Brenthis ino. Another very similar Brenthis daphne, but that sort of feeds on Rubus. Between these kinds of distinctions I do not know.
I think that view is defined incorrectly. Do not see the characteristic "horns" of the head, typical for the larvae of this species. Tavolga on which the caterpillar is an indirect confirmation of my version. In the photo is likely caterpillar Brenthis ino. Another very similar Brenthis daphne, but that sort of feeds on Rubus. Between these kinds of distinctions I do not know.