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Photo #10766: Cucullia lactucae

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Cucullia lactucae

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Andrej Makara. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Oleg Pekarsky

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2010-07-11 00:00:00, Slovakia, Slovak Karst, ponds near Brzotín

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13.09.2015 19:09, Peter Khramov

Oleg, in comments to the fote enter this info and we can then move.

13.09.2015 18:04, Oleg Pekarsky

There lutsefuge another photo that instance remains.

13.09.2015 17:53, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Cucullia lucifuga / Sergei Kotov Cucullia lactucae / Oleg Pekarsky.

13.09.2015 17:49, Oleg Pekarsky

It Cucullia lactucae.

19.02.2014 11:21, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Not identified Cucullia lucifuga / Confidently identified / Sergei Kotov.

19.02.2014 11:02, Sergei Kotov

If you are satisfied ?, transferred to incorrect
If it is possible to endure inaccurate. I am guided not only by signs O. Pekarsky, but also his personal observations. In my area Cucullia lucifuga, Napara C. umbratica, the most banal kind kapyushonnits I catch them every year at dozens. And they are all very similar to that of Slovakia. Oh, and one more thing.In Cucullia lucifuga "bean-shaped" stain on the front fender well expressed, it is quite clearly seen from C. lactucae and C. pustulata is weak, it is hard to see.

19.02.2014 3:33, Alexandr Zhakov

Sergey, to be honest, this argument that does not stand, since the availability of pustulata, which is not in Slovakia, but there is in the western Ukraine and Poland, to compare the two species, Oleg also showed how to distinguish Plusia, but you are not very well turned out . :) He is looking at more than a dozen copies, each species has made for itself a generalization. The pictures it is not working.Why have one wing blackout, and the other is not, it is a shadow :). And what should be the wing if it rests on the list? Clever ?, so clever! I show that a convincing case for you, is not always compelling for others.But, oddly enough, I support your decision, but not sure that it is correct, I am not so well know, these kinds of, to be sure.
If you are satisfied ?, transferred to inaccurate or wait more versed in these types? But sometimes, the more you know, the harder it is to make a decision. :)

18.02.2014 19:37, Sergei Kotov

I think it's Cucullia lucifuga. At the time, Oleg Baking Offline molbiol in the topic "Definition of Butterflies" shows how to distinguish between types of C. lucifuga and C. lactucae (third similar species C. pustulata in Slovakia is not, according to the catalog on our website). What we have in this case? Darken the outer edge of the front wing there (in C.lactucae it does not happen) plus sharply defined outer corner of the front wing (at C. lactucae it is more rounded). Conclusion:Cucullia lucifuga.

24.07.2012 16:37, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Some Cuculia?

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