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Photo #14779: Callambulyx tatarinovi


Callambulyx tatarinovi

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Yuriy Karpov. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Yuri Semejkin

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2012-06-15 00:00:00, The Republic of Buryatia, Lake Gusinoye, a dirt road.

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22.03.2019 5:23, Tatyana Gordeeva

Smerinthus evesrmanni (Popoff in Eversmann, 1854) was described from Transbaikalia, Kiachta, and is considered as a subspecies: Callambulyx tatarinovii evesrmanni (Eversmann, 1854), comb. et stat. nov. The population is characterized by distinct sexual dimorphism of the species where males are green and females are always reddish brown [Eversmann, 1854; Gordeeva, Gordeev, 2010].

22.03.2019 5:22, Tatyana Gordeeva This species is identified correctly.

03.02.2016 12:10, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Smerinthus kindermannii / Yuriy Karpov Callambulyx tatarinovi / Yuri Semejkin.

03.02.2016 11:53, Yuri Semejkin

Yes, here so. Roisterer. In the picture
Callambulyx tatarinovi (Bremer & Grey, 1853)

03.02.2016 8:12, Alexander Belousov

Look, this seems not kindermannii.

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