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10.06.2015 18:01, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #40508

Epiblema sticticana (FABRICIUS, 1794)

05.06.2015 17:40, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #40321

Udea decrepitalis (Herrich-Schaffer, 1848) - identified Jaakko Kulberg.

04.06.2015 19:56, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #40383

Synanthedon formicaeformis (ESPER, [1783])?

08.05.2015 14:47, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #40043

Xanthorhoe biriviata (Borkhausen, 1794)?

30.04.2015 21:00, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #39906

The caterpillar in my cage, but I think in the comments and Alexander also pointed out visually clearly differs from the tracks Scardia boletella.

12.02.2015 8:43, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #38951

I excuse me - did not notice that photos uploaded this instance earlier. If no trouble, ask the site administrator to remove the excess. Sincerely, Andrew Komrakov.

30.09.2014 11:48, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33819

Caradrina clavipalpis (Scopoli, 1763)?

11.09.2014 14:31, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33234

Yeah, see, thank you ..)

10.09.2014 22:40, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33234

Instead P.thersites? Spot P3 above the P2-P4?

10.09.2014 10:50, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33224

Hadena capsincola (Denis & Schiffermuller, 1775)?

10.09.2014 10:49, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33220

Hadena capsincola (Denis & Schiffermuller, 1775)?

02.09.2014 10:01, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #33002

Melanchra persicariae (Linnaeus, 1761)

03.08.2014 21:18, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #32315

Yeah, thank you all understand! ..)

03.08.2014 14:58, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #32315

And spread their freshly caught? I once tried to crack down on such small mattress - only spoiled ..)

03.08.2014 12:39, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #32315

Agriphila selasella (Hubner, 1813)

03.08.2014 12:38, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #32316

Agriphila selasella (Hubner, 1813)

25.07.2014 9:38, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31846

Idaea emarginata (Linnaeus, 1758)

25.07.2014 9:37, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31844

Pandemis corylana (Fabricius, 1794)

19.07.2014 4:17, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31373

Idaea aversata (Linnaeus, 1758)

13.07.2014 18:11, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31431

Eilema depressa (Esper, 1787)

13.07.2014 17:17, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31425

Autographa pulchrina (Haworth, 1809)

12.07.2014 17:54, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31375

A) All I kerf, which made a mistake - I is not putting the name of the boot, trying to insert when editing on your page. Now everything is clear..))

10.07.2014 9:34, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31264

Instead Udea lutealis?

30.06.2014 8:27, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #31078

I beg your pardon - only now noticed that without place to place - all corrected ..)

17.06.2014 0:15, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #30683

On the female Lycaena hippothoe more like.

17.06.2014 0:12, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #30522

Yes, I realized he missed the line ..)

12.06.2014 19:01, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #30480

I do not understand: it is a form Evmedona, or what?

02.06.2014 8:39, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29663

Clearly, thanks!

02.06.2014 7:45, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29663

But online 2 ex. Ramenskoye district of classified T.griseata. I wonder: on what basis?

02.06.2014 6:57, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29663

The discussion on the site it was felt that to separate from T.comae T.griseata only the genitals. But here the Irish guys once famously their appearance sorted (pink-red band across the wings): http://www.habitas.org.uk/moths/species.asp?item=5755

01.06.2014 23:32, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29663

Instead Timandra griseata?

01.06.2014 18:31, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29660

Rivula sericealis (Scopoli, 1763)

28.05.2014 6:53, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29444

Thank you! The female is likely, too?

27.05.2014 8:29, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29444

Did.

26.05.2014 17:43, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29444

http://lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Melitaea_Britomartis

26.05.2014 17:42, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29444

And you should pay attention to? I put pictures of these two instances, unfortunately, only this increase. Here are figures for Atala and Britomartis. Attention is drawn to the difference in the processes of the valve (pointed to Atala).

25.05.2014 17:42, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29444

M.britomartis ♂?

25.05.2014 17:41, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29446

M.britomartis ♂?

24.05.2014 18:34, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29439

The fact that North MO is different from the south - I will not argue. Somehow you with distrust to the correlation of the type and the place where it was caught. I want to note that: 1) contribute to climate change is quite a change in the area, 2) any entomological site requires constant changes and amendments. That is not to go: on insectamo.ru no marked for MO such notable appearance as ...

24.05.2014 15:40, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29439

I do it for the first time we catch. And then in the area of ​​forest Lotoshinsky not solid. And food plants: rattle and Plantago lanceolata - in stock, a specific type of Veronica teucrium, but there are other 4 kinds of Veronica.

24.05.2014 15:08, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29439

On insectamo.ru it is, but the photo just larvae and pupae - no photos of adults. There is evidence that this - female M.britomartis (Alexei Belik, Saratov)

24.05.2014 14:00, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29439

Melitaea britomartis (Assmann 1847)?

24.05.2014 13:57, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #29440

Polyommatus icarus (Rottemburg, 1775) ♀

02.07.2013 12:02, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #22734

Pyrausta purpuralis (Linnaeus, 1758)?

02.07.2013 11:19, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #22580

I note as a curious fact: the caterpillar pupate before reaching the age of 5 (my guess is that the photo caterpillar 2nd age you can confirm or correct me, as do their cultivation). Why is this not very clear.

23.06.2013 9:11, Andrei Komrakov: comment on photo #22580

Pavonia, the 2nd age. She's sitting on a leaf geraniums marsh. I usually found them on meadowsweet or willows. What is interesting is conveyed to the house - time to pupate.

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