Caterpillar-obzhorik eats tasty blade of grass :-)
Sorry, I overlooked. I shot netrupik. Not so close, yet shot. ;-)
So you finally did shoot it? Or it's just a dead corpse?
I think one that smile on her head?
Lycaena virgaureae, male
Thank you! By the way in a northerly direction and caught. Everything is as it is written.
It - Leptidea sinapis
The joint outing with Andrew buttercup.
This species is identified correctly.
In my opinion it is all the same underside, not the top of the wings. And like a butterfly Aporia crataegi
Thank you! :)
Photo's likely to get lost...
Even the Poplar Admiral (Limenitis populi) crowds around!:-)
They changed indeed! Week ago I was driving through Bryansk region and there were loads of http://lepidoptera.pro/taxonomy/8616! Flying in swarms. Did not I even come out to shoot 'em since done it way too much. The opposite, I still can't make a good shot of the blackleg tortoiseshell (Nymphalis polychloros). :(
Yeah, nearly.))) So it came to the light of a mercury vapor lamp, didn't it?))))
Cool! I also happen to shoot butterflies in Khar'kov at times!:-)
Vasily, a friend of mine works in Moscow city and watches this butterfly every spring. I guess, its total disappearance is kind of the fact quite overrated.
Didn't know, fairly.
I used to live in Povarovo and never saw such butterflies there. Climate change :-))
Drunk, maybe))). Even with its "tongue" out. They usually flush away just of flicks. I finally shot such one, but admin is on vacation now. Not published yet.
What's with it? :)))
This is Leptidea sinapis.
I might have fouled up, but I named it as Polygonia c-album. Maybe, this took the previous photo name... shot location is right though. Correct, please :).
Awesome! This year I'm also going to catch some night butterflies to UV mercury-vapor or mercury-vapor lamps for make shots.