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Photo #13970: Melitaea athalia


Melitaea athalia

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Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Peter Khramov. Image without retouching at the website. Uncertain taxon

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2012-06-23 00:00:00, Moscow region

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03.11.2013 16:33, Peter Khramov

Clear. I watch the shooting that surely was one and the same individual or not. If anyone can confirm - Confirm ...

02.11.2013 23:20, Sergei Kotov

Peter, I can not answer. In this photo, and that that link - two different butterflies. It is clearly visible. The photograph on the link shown quite a normal Melitaea athalia, there is no error. But in the photograph on this page shows a butterfly that checkered Atal difficult to call, because it is not checkered Atalia and avriniyaEuphydryas aurinia.

02.11.2013 22:42, Peter Khramov

Here ZY Sergey, put a link to view only the first message or after a long break, OK? Otherwise polluted page. See. Http://

02.11.2013 22:37, Sergei Kotov

It is not Melitaea athalia. It -Euphydryas aurinia

01.11.2013 0:44, Sergei Kotov

It is not Melitaea athalia. It -Euphydryas aurinia

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