The length of about 7-8 cm
6-7 cm long, very long hairs on the back
Basil, I hope!
This year we have a lot of butterflies of the species. Females lay eggs literally everywhere - even on the clothes, if you sit under the lamp included. This is not good, how do I know? After all, they are pests.
And here is the second, she polenivee, yesterday did not eat.
Dill sat on two such beauty, my mother wanted to knock down, and I just arrived in time, like it papilio machaon? Less than half a day, he ate a large piece of dill - sits on what is left of it. Maybe you watch them?
Glad to help.
Yes, they had a lot yesterday and different. I just thought that the gamma of the shape of the spot on the front wing
She quickly flew away, I could not remove it from all angles :(
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Basil I about the elementary things had not even thought, thank you!
I keep forgetting to remove it. But I'll try!
We called it the wild cloves, but as scientifically - I do not know.
Thank you, and I think, believe it or not ...
This question is not whether it is a butterfly-vampire found in Siberia? The Internet flashed infa.
I realized! I introduced a number with # and had no.
I do not know why, but again I could not combine photos. I have made several attempts. This one is a butterfly, # 41748 and # 41747
You know, I was then still sat these butterflies, up to 4 on the hand and on the clothes again. So I can make a mistake. But these pictures were in a row, and in my opinion, it's a butterfly. The rest of the photos (I have a lot of them) you made popozzhe.No experts, and if you have any doubt that this is one butterfly, perhaps this is true ...
This species is identified correctly.
I pressed the button. But apparently that is not passed. Anyway, thank you for the information!
Basil, I'm just starting. But in fact, I seem to be introduced in the rooms of the same individual, I do not know why they are not united. Or you need something else to do?
What a beautiful girl!!
Vasily, thank you!
Yes, normal too. And this is too much pigment?
It also Arctia Flavia? With completely black front wings?