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Photo #13401: Erebia wanga

Male

Erebia wanga

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Yuri Semejkin. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Vasiliy Feoktistov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2012-06-18 00:00:00, Vladivostok, FEBRAS Botanical garden

Photographer's comment: Maniola jurtina?

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06.11.2015 16:48, Dmitriy Pozhogin Corrected data.

Tentatively identified Confidently identified.

06.11.2015 9:34, Dmitriy Pozhogin Corrected data.

Imago Male.

06.11.2015 9:31, Dmitriy Pozhogin

There is no options - border apical buds in the front of the top is not expressed, and the spot in the form of eight.
A more yavnye- veins of old age. A photo is good, do not remove it

05.11.2015 13:41, Alexandr Zhakov

Yuri, I am also of the opinion that it is Erebia wanga, clearly visible on the spot, it is different in these species, and there is no middle. But I agree with you that the instance is not super.

05.11.2015 13:38, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Erebia cyclopius / Yuriy Karpov Erebia wanga / Vasiliy Feoktistov.

05.11.2015 12:08, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Erebia wanga Bremer, 1864

05.11.2015 11:47, Yuri Semejkin

I looked both. As a result, I adhere to the viewpoint Yu Karpov. Justification: The location of a character of living, primarily C. At Vanga, at least on site veins, mild in contrast to Erebia cyclopius whose veining and layout clearer.
It is in any case not a statement, but rather a suggestion.But in general, I somehow do not understand why on the blur, not sharp pattern, so even without treatment underside went towards Wang.
Peter! I offer this not sharp and controversial picture delete values, he is not, but a good, specific samples will be more.

05.11.2015 0:45, Irina Nikulina

I would also say that this wanga. Dual black spot at wanga smaller, less smooth (sdvoennost more noticeable) and bordering fuzzy, narrow, yellowish-reddish, only slightly lighter background in contrast to the pale yellow and have a wider cyclopius.

29.07.2015 17:54, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Today, inspired by: the hour is notErebia wanga?

13.10.2012 13:07, Peter Khramov

Primor'ye region is classified with Erebia cyclopius only, so moved this over there, to "uncertain".

12.10.2012 5:15, Yuriy Karpov

Erebia, either cyclopius or edda.

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