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А может это Sitochroa palealis ? Похожая на фото #42331 . Помогите пожалуйста в определении.
Всем откликнувшимся- большое спасибо! Передача была какая-то импортная, пока не нашла точное название,но буду искать. Подходящую гусеницу тоже попробую найти...
Товарищи специалисты по выкармливанию гусён! Пожалуйста подтвердите, что одуванчик является кормовым растением для гусениц, а то недавно в научно-популярной передаче прошла информация что гусеницы одуванчики не ...
Thank you, Irina, she is.
Identified by Yevgeny Komarov photos as a Conimbrasia. Formerly photos Komarova address (no longer exists) lepidoptera.pro taxname: 120328. What kind it is similar to now?
Please add attributes: color and time volley.
No, it is ready to take back his words, it is not Clostera anachoreta
The Rode Orgyia picture is not reflected
As described by K. Lampert, 2003 is similar to the gray-brown kistochnitsu Pxalera anachoreta E. (Goose tsa yellow-brown with black and yellow spots on the sides and back krasnozheltoy sideband; on the fourth and eleventh warts with black rings on each side and white spot). Here the respective species is not found, but experts could look something close ...
Thanks to all! I believe that with joint efforts, the determinant will work for non-specialists
Functionality is really earned, but the specific form does not cling. Please add the color characteristics of the species.
Please add the summer, and most importantly - the color characteristics, without them it is much more difficult to determine.
On Mesoligia furuncula also very similar, but the other antennae
Add to please kind of formal signs of the flight of time and coloring
Thank you, Alexander and Peter.
And you can make the picture in the description of the type, too?
Similar to Rhdostrophia sieversi
In the sense - write when butterflies fly. It seems there is a site called "formal program".
Is it possible to add to the description of the type of information about the flight of time?
Can I add information to the form of the flight of time?
Didn't mean to demonstrate the specimen. Just wanted to get ID. Will remove with no regrets :)
Next time, be sure to try. I do this is not the first find, though not every time on the plant and on the piece of wood - firewood
Unfortunately with breeding, I do not. I'm not an expert.
When searching for the flight of time "in May, Russia, the European region center" Colocasia coryli the list is not included for some reason
Could it be Acronicta stigosa if there's no megacephala?
What's about that there is no Russia in the species description? Neither it's included, nor excluded.
Amaurophanes stigmosalis, maybe? Has alike light spots on upper wings... Sadly, just this angle shot.
Seems the leaf of an aspen tree.
I met on aspen poplar kitten (Furcula bifida), looks like one according to K. Lampert, 2003, which describes yellow-green caterpillar with a purple nape spot with yellow fringe, rhombic spot on the back with a dark mid line... Differs from sallow kitten (Furcula furcula) with white line breaking the nape spot.
If its body wasn't of a straw color, I'd say this is Euthrix potatoria, and floodplain meadow is a rather apt place.
Here it's absolute Cosmia trapezina.
Probably, Enargia paleacea too.
Suppose, Enargia paleacea again.
Looks like the same Cosmia trapezina, much worn-out now.
The angle is not quite good to identify it sure, yet at first glance seems like Cosmia trapezina.
Probably, Spilosoma lubricipeda.
Looks like Epirrhoe alternata.
Seems to be rather Epirrhoe alternata. Otherwise its color is way out of line.
Looks quite similar to Xanthorhoe ferrugata faded out much.
Whoa, highly curious turn! Thanks!
So how much it takes for it to emerge? One week passed with no changes shown from it.
Polia nebulosa maybe?
Vitaly Gumenyuk's 7035 photo seems to show the same specimen.
Looks similar to Phalera bucephala.
The note should've been probably applied to another shot, what's done is done anyway... This moth has kind of a 1/3 wing size feather on its nape like one bird-of-paradise does that's fluttered in the wind in waves, pretty stunning to see :)