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19.08.2016 20:33, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #59092

А может это Sitochroa palealis ? Похожая на фото #42331 . Помогите пожалуйста в определении.

29.06.2016 0:27, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Epicallia villica

Всем откликнувшимся- большое спасибо! Передача была какая-то импортная, пока не нашла точное название,но буду искать. Подходящую гусеницу тоже попробую найти...

18.06.2016 0:33, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Epicallia villica

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 ...

14.10.2015 0:57, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #45451

Thank you, Irina, she is.

13.10.2015 23:56, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #45451

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?

25.09.2015 22:58, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Moma alpium

Please add attributes: color and time volley.

25.09.2015 11:35, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #44005

No, it is ready to take back his words, it is not Clostera anachoreta

25.09.2015 10:47, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Orgyia antiqua

The Rode Orgyia picture is not reflected

25.09.2015 10:28, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #44005

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 ...

25.09.2015 9:35, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Griposia aprilina

Thanks to all! I believe that with joint efforts, the determinant will work for non-specialists

24.09.2015 22:06, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Griposia aprilina

Functionality is really earned, but the specific form does not cling. Please add the color characteristics of the species.

24.09.2015 12:28, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Griposia aprilina

Please add the summer, and most importantly - the color characteristics, without them it is much more difficult to determine.

28.08.2015 0:06, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #42476

On Mesoligia furuncula also very similar, but the other antennae

27.08.2015 21:49, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Brachylomia viminalis

Add to please kind of formal signs of the flight of time and coloring

11.08.2015 19:54, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Xanthorhoe designata

Time volley?

11.08.2015 19:41, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Agapeta zoegana

Time volley?

02.06.2015 22:46, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #40299

Thank you, Alexander and Peter.

02.06.2015 0:22, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #40299

And you can make the picture in the description of the type, too?

30.05.2015 23:39, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #40299

Similar to Rhdostrophia sieversi

25.05.2015 22:46, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Colocasia coryli

Thank you!

25.05.2015 15:40, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Colocasia coryli

In the sense - write when butterflies fly. It seems there is a site called "formal program".

25.05.2015 15:03, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Colocasia coryli

Is it possible to add to the description of the type of information about the flight of time?

25.05.2015 15:01, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Pheosia gnoma

Thank you!

23.05.2015 19:32, Maria Pozdnova: comment on Pheosia gnoma

Can I add information to the form of the flight of time?

22.09.2014 20:21, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #33503

Didn't mean to demonstrate the specimen. Just wanted to get ID. Will remove with no regrets :)

21.09.2014 15:22, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #33370

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

18.09.2014 22:41, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #33370

Unfortunately with breeding, I do not. I'm not an expert.

31.08.2014 23:02, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #32971

When searching for the flight of time "in May, Russia, the European region center" Colocasia coryli the list is not included for some reason

07.10.2012 21:59, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #6706

Could it be Acronicta stigosa if there's no megacephala?

11.08.2012 15:50, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13085

What's about that there is no Russia in the species description? Neither it's included, nor excluded.

11.08.2012 13:55, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13085

Amaurophanes stigmosalis, maybe? Has alike light spots on upper wings... Sadly, just this angle shot.

11.08.2012 13:13, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #8620

Seems the leaf of an aspen tree.

11.08.2012 13:12, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14149

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.

08.08.2012 0:24, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13613

If its body wasn't of a straw color, I'd say this is Euthrix potatoria, and floodplain meadow is a rather apt place.

01.08.2012 0:12, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14037

Here it's absolute Cosmia trapezina.

31.07.2012 22:25, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14042

Probably, Enargia paleacea too.

31.07.2012 22:23, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14040

Suppose, Enargia paleacea again.

31.07.2012 22:15, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14038

Looks like the same Cosmia trapezina, much worn-out now.

31.07.2012 21:54, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #14036

The angle is not quite good to identify it sure, yet at first glance seems like Cosmia trapezina.

17.07.2012 21:41, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13764

Probably, Spilosoma lubricipeda.

07.06.2012 20:47, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13128

Looks like Epirrhoe alternata.

07.06.2012 20:40, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #10031

Seems to be rather Epirrhoe alternata. Otherwise its color is way out of line.

07.06.2012 20:31, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13132

Looks quite similar to Xanthorhoe ferrugata faded out much.

06.06.2012 18:33, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13077

Whoa, highly curious turn! Thanks!

06.06.2012 18:12, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13063

Consilium medicum!

06.06.2012 17:59, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #13077

So how much it takes for it to emerge? One week passed with no changes shown from it.

23.05.2012 23:31, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #12688

Polia nebulosa maybe?

18.05.2012 2:15, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #12692

Vitaly Gumenyuk's 7035 photo seems to show the same specimen.

18.05.2012 2:03, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #12670

Looks similar to Phalera bucephala.

18.05.2012 1:30, Maria Pozdnova: comment on photo #12685

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 :)

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