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24.07.2009 21:58, Denis Tumanov: comment on Attacus atlas

In Europe, you can breed at the Lilac (Siringa vulgaris) and other olives)))

24.07.2009 0:49, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3889

No doubt, Lymantria dispar)))

24.07.2009 0:47, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3893

Papilio demoleus.

24.07.2009 0:45, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3891

Papilio palinurus.

24.07.2009 0:44, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3890

Pericallia matronula (Linnaeus, 1758).

20.07.2009 9:35, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3647

Fancy Clostera albosigma, but I think it's not.

20.07.2009 9:21, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3571

Melanargia epimede.

09.07.2009 22:35, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3456

Well, they say "Truth is born of arguments"))))))

09.07.2009 22:33, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3462

aha)

09.07.2009 22:30, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3500

Macrothylacia rubi (Linnaeus, 1758) — female.

09.07.2009 22:29, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3534

or Laothoe populi (Linnaeus, 1758), most evident difference is in its hind wings baseline.

09.07.2009 22:26, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3536

Malacosona neustria.

09.07.2009 22:25, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3541

For sure.

03.07.2009 19:46, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3403

Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus, 1758).

03.07.2009 19:44, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3402

Laelia coenosa (Hübner, [1808]).

03.07.2009 19:40, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3391

Spilosoma sp.

03.07.2009 19:38, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3366

Zygaena sp

03.06.2009 23:23, Denis Tumanov: comment on Lemonia taraxaci

In the Penza region with the flight of the 10th of August 20s, butterflies fly into the light DRL 23:00, the females fly closer to 3:00 lay eggs well, even if they just put in a paper envelope. About a month later in the eggs began to develop the embryo. but during the winter I have all the eggs died. You may need high humidity.If anyone had raised this kind of - help advice.

28.05.2009 20:35, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #3017

Next to last age caterpillar. In Penza region it feeds on hag-weed.

28.05.2009 20:32, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2989

Neope niphonica, Butler 1881.

28.05.2009 20:32, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2988

Neope niphonica, Butler 1881.

28.05.2009 20:01, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2991

Ninguta schrencki (Menetries, 1859).

28.05.2009 19:58, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2963

This species is identified correctly.

28.05.2009 19:56, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2990

Ninguta schrencki (Menetries, 1859).

25.05.2009 21:33, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2828

Huh, that's being exposed to the sun for decades? )))) The nearest days will upload a good photo of this one.

25.05.2009 21:04, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2732

These are 2nd brood caterpillars.

25.05.2009 21:03, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2746

This caterpillar is of the fourth brood.

25.05.2009 21:01, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2706

Second generation caterpillar.

25.05.2009 21:00, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2630

These caterpillars are of the first brood.

25.05.2009 20:58, Denis Tumanov: comment on photo #2977

Found out this caterpillar on a bird cherry. Can identify it clearly in one month, using imago.

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