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27.04.2011 5:07, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9037

Brahmaea certhia.

26.04.2011 6:51, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9038

If you ask Google "Sephisa dichroa princeps"... you can see results :). The female colored differently... that's why it's named like that... I think :)

26.04.2011 6:43, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9038

Sephisa princeps.

26.04.2011 6:42, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9035

Bibasis aquilina.

26.04.2011 6:42, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9036

Bibasis aquilina.

26.04.2011 6:40, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9034

Polygonia c-album.

25.04.2011 4:51, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9037

:) Zhen'... pipe it down. If that's not evident... yes, that's Russian Far East :)

24.04.2011 13:19, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9033

Sorry :( Nearby Vladivostok.

24.04.2011 10:35, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #9038

Sure! Looks like... male...

15.04.2011 4:31, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #8535

This species is identified correctly.

09.04.2011 13:53, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #8279

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_AWRYnwy_Ts4/TAAIFAOGRbI/AAAAAAAAAG8/MOzEBrNEfJA/s1600/small+cupid.jpg.

04.04.2011 11:57, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #7696

No doubt, that's it. This is not the first shot, there are many of different butterflies... http://foto.mail.ru/mail/studio_argus/316/317.html.

04.04.2011 4:48, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #8271

http://www.vladphoto.ru/image.php?image_id=12074.

01.04.2011 5:03, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #8271

Gentlemen! Glad to hear that you like it :) I also had such blunders... long time ago and got it over :) As for software... maybe I should change some settings :) My monitor shows it rather good, even 200% scale :(

30.03.2011 12:44, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #6369

Yur, what honeysuckle was that on?

25.03.2011 12:38, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #7696

This species is identified correctly.

25.03.2011 12:37, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #7696

Looks like Goldia pacifica :) Or not?

25.03.2011 11:51, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on Apatura schrenckii

and there is an option Mimathyma schrenckii :)

25.03.2011 7:22, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on Apatura schrenckii

and there is an option Mimathyma schrenckii :)

12.03.2011 9:00, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on photo #6437

I'm very sorry for butting in such serious talks, but we can see so far due to our standing on the shoulders of giants... and they considered (since 1909) that Neptis pryeri had few geographical subspecies such as Neptis pr. arboretorum Oberth.(China), Neptis pr. andetria Fruhst. (Japan, Primorye region), Neptis pr. pryeri Butl. (Japan, Primorye region), Neptis pr. koreana Esaki (Korea).… what ...

12.03.2011 8:54, Vladimir Mescheryakov: comment on Neptis alwina

I certainly wildly sorry that get stuck in such an intelligent conversation, but we see far because we stand on the shoulders of giants ... and they, with respect to this species, considered ... (since 1909.) That Neptis pryeri had several geographical subspecies: Neptis pr. arboretorum Oberth. (China), Neptis pr. andetria Fruhst. (Japan, Primorye), Neptis pr. pryeri Butl. (Japan, Primorye), ...

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