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Photo #10655: Euproctis similis

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Euproctis similis

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Photo: Yuri Semejkin. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Tatyana Gordeeva

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2011-09-10 00:00:00, Vladivostok, near the Academic town

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12.12.2011 9:41, Tatyana Gordeeva

Euproctis similis, probably, of the last age (the red pigment is less). But there should be already next generation in junior ages in September, this one seems to be late from the previous brood... Suppose, it's damaged with myco or something (looks unhealthy, faded, with no brushes, in unnatural pose).

11.12.2011 19:29, Peter Khramov

Tatiana, did I get it right that you figured out Euproctis similis, or?

11.12.2011 11:45, Peter Khramov

Thanks, moved.

11.12.2011 9:58, Tatyana Gordeeva

Two glands on next-to-last segments mean Lymantriidae, bushy hair and locks of tough hair plus bristles mean Clostera, orange spinal stripes and blacky-grey warts with locks of compound stuff as white fleecy bristles mean Sphrageidus similis (Fuessly, 1775).

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