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17.12.2016 11:34, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42013

Да, извиняюсь! А можно ли перенести комментарий на эту страничку?

17.12.2016 11:32, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42013

This species is identified correctly.

15.12.2016 22:50, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42014

Ошибочное определение. В.Кавурка (Институт зоологии, Киев) варил этот экземпляр - оказалось Phalonidia affinitana.

15.12.2016 22:49, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42013

Ошибочное определение. В.Кавурка (Институт зоологии, Киев) варил этот экземпляр - оказалось Phalonidia affinitana.

23.04.2016 8:43, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42012

Determining accurate. Confirmed Vitaly Kavurka (Zoology Institute named Schmalhausen NAS).

23.04.2016 8:39, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42012

This species is identified correctly.

10.03.2016 17:54, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #42023

Vitaly Kavurka (Іnstitut Zoology. II Schmalhausen NAS) brewed this instance. It turned out - Pammene insulana.

02.10.2015 10:16, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #11546

Should be moved to the page to Dichagyris signifera.

23.08.2014 15:21, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #32824

Yes, at first glance, it is (or rather it), "unlike in any way" on Angerona prunaria. On the wings there is no thin dark dashes, no larger spots on the forewings. The fringe on the wings of one color, without spots. In addition, the plum moth like as one generation per year (by the way, I have never caught plum moth - this is the first time).But now upload pictures and straightened butterflies ...

10.12.2012 14:31, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #14401

I started writing the comment, then internet turned off and after it turned on again I submitted the comment, didn't reload the web page.

10.12.2012 11:25, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #14401

No faults of yours. I did it wrong. -)

09.12.2012 21:53, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #14401

Me.

09.12.2012 19:31, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #14401

This is not Celypha cespitana (cespitana is smaller). Most probably Phiaris umbrosana or Syricoris lacunana.

17.11.2012 19:37, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #14083

Cameraria ohridella, the horse-chestnut leaf miner.

28.10.2011 22:58, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #10953

No, just wide-open. I went by the color of the hind wings when identifying, P.latesco has light ones (at least, by Klyuchko book "Noctuidae of Ukraine", where leuconota also mentioned as a synonym to latesco), and my item does dark ones (I'll upload tomorrow its wide-open photo; I saw dark hind wings at other websites of trisignata). I might have out-of-date info. Besides, latesco seems to be a ...

27.10.2011 21:16, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #10944

Think, this is Hypsopygia costalis.

26.02.2011 13:16, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #2539

Yes. If doubtful, then "uncertain"!

25.02.2011 13:49, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #2539

This was shot 2008/06/08 13:34 in Odessa region, Belyavsky hood, in the outskirts of Gradenicy village, in a godforsaken basin overrun with ruderals. According to the List of Geometridae of Ukraine (Kostyuk, 2004), both immorata and tessellaria can be in steppe areas. There: http://babochki-kryma.narod.ru/0_Geometridae/Scopula_immorata.htm and ttp://www.leps.it/indexjs.htm?Home.htm you can see ...

09.07.2009 22:29, Sergey Novitckiy: comment on photo #3567

Since basal spots on its hind wings are larger than distal ones, this one is rather A.nigricornis (or, maybe, A.kruegeri).

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