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23.08.2016 9:35, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #27284

This species is identified correctly.

03.02.2014 14:09, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #27280

Sure, on the right.

10.04.2013 21:09, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #21063

Oops, I dried a couple, forgot about them, will upload tomorrow :)

30.08.2012 17:04, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #14176

Woow, what's a photo! You've got it high-arty.

30.08.2012 15:44, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #13861

Might it have been atropos flew in? lachesis seems to have darker hindwings as well as reddish hue in the "chin" area of the skull pattern, doesn't it?

03.08.2012 11:21, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12950

That's the same butterfly.

19.07.2012 22:04, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12954

Will be the underside as soon as the light is:)

17.07.2012 17:50, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #13780

The underside is #13781 photo, haven't got it spread yet, still being dried.

17.07.2012 11:02, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #13780

Seems to be male, considering descriptions, couldn't find upperside photos though. As for butterfly—ant symbiosis, might be in this case since I found it with a group of ants which I took away. Yesterday I spread it, such an amazing form, I'll upload it as it gets dried completely. Suspect though it might lose its blue color for it's gradually getting more purple.

14.07.2012 0:14, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #10691

Would you please tell, what are they feeding on so vivaciously?

17.06.2012 10:08, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #13198

The feed plant (not on the photo) is Galinsoga ciliata, http://www.plantarium.ru/page/view/item/16915.html.

08.06.2012 22:37, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12956

Yes, that's it.

07.06.2012 19:12, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12947

Meh, still so much to know :))) Not each species' areal extent do I check up though.

02.06.2012 10:41, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12955

Could be Euploea klugii erichsonii?

31.05.2012 22:12, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11848

Doesn't it look like Athyma asura? ... I'll shoot it in a moment and upload those mine who spread.

31.05.2012 10:02, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11941

This species is identified correctly.

14.05.2012 20:09, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12491

Meh, so that is it! Once you move it to identified I'll add mine two with description. Caterpillars oddly feed solely on plantains that are not mentioned as feed plants anywhere.

06.05.2012 8:26, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11532

:) Neither do I. Agree with you, many times I shot myself in the foot using its info of orchids.

05.05.2012 19:48, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11532

Thanks, you convinced me. Here the mass flight happened in the very mid-April and specimens were colored quite variously. Sorry for doubt, I was confused with the wikipedia description, here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catopsilia_pomona where they differ a lot.

04.05.2012 21:40, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11532

?

04.05.2012 21:38, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11532

Male.

02.05.2012 17:53, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12277

:( Sorry, maybe next time. They all emerged and the empty pupae look whatever.

29.04.2012 18:30, Olga Averyanova: comment on Catopsilia pomona

I beg your pardon, sealed - at first

29.04.2012 18:29, Olga Averyanova: comment on Catopsilia pomona

I ask a question - whether there is still a division into Catopsilia crocale and Catopsilia pomona (at the first black mustache, the second - reddish)

05.04.2012 9:27, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12277

The fifth age, having pupated.

05.04.2012 9:27, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #12277

This species is identified correctly.

14.03.2012 19:45, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11941

Meh we didn't meet up, I live here.

11.03.2012 16:53, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11951

Graphium arycles arycles?

01.01.2012 8:34, Olga Averyanova: comment on Daphnis nerii

Detected in Cambodia, Sihanoukville, December 2011

24.11.2011 4:43, Olga Averyanova: comment on photo #11420

Originally the wing stripes are colored white (there they might seem different because of the background color), I've got a poor photo made the same day, in shoals, where the stripes are of bright white. Second difference we can see on the shot shown is in its clearly seen transparent fringe at the white stripes frontiers on a forewing. Also, there are distinctions between genitalia, whatsoever, ...

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