Create an Account E-mail: Password: Recover password

Authors Contacts Get involved Русская версия

show

Photo #15824: Lepidoptera sp.

Imago

Lepidoptera

Click image to enlarge

Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Viktor Kolesnikov. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Robot

Place of shooting/catching: Kazakhstan, East Kazakhstan district, Ust-Kamenogorsk.

Comments on this image

02.01.2014 15:48, Ozgur Kocak

Also underside needed.

27.10.2013 13:14, Peter Khramov

Guys, if you want to discuss the very moving principles (not concerning this very pic), let's organize it in a separate thread http://lepidoptera.pro/community/17182.

27.10.2013 12:41, Alexandr Zhakov

One wishes to move a little, and my opinion is prezhdnemu: several options. to transfer photos without your expert in this group and is familiar with the fauna of East Kazakhstan, personally, I will not.

27.10.2013 12:29, Sergei Kotov

So, maybe only two options: Polyommatus icarus or Polyommatus thersites, no middle ground. Plus, you yourself wrote that "Icarus, is also a good option." Based on this, I want to define this in the butterfly Polyommatus icarus. And you do not mind, judging by your post, written below, a human moderator you did not exist. What it is now changed?

27.10.2013 12:13, Alexandr Zhakov

Justify, or just want to move wherever it not be?

27.10.2013 2:42, Sergei Kotov

Polyommatus icarusin the ill-defined

26.10.2013 16:17, Sergei Kotov

Polyommatus icarusin the ill-defined

25.07.2013 23:35, Alexsandr Martukov

More can be Plebejus argyrognomon (Lycaeides argyrognomon).

25.07.2013 23:29, Alexsandr Martukov

Maybe Plebejus argus

06.01.2013 16:40, Alexandr Zhakov

Might be Polyommatus icarus female and another species as well. Can't say anything on the species, few possible. Though icarus is a rather good choice. :)

06.01.2013 16:20, Viktor Kolesnikov

Why not Polyommatus icarus female? http://www.butterflies-moths-turkey.com/polyommatus-icarus-cokgozlu-mavi,193.html.

06.01.2013 1:12, Alexandr Zhakov

Alas.

05.01.2013 23:45, Peter Khramov

Added the location. Alexandr, can you add anything on the species?

10.12.2012 11:42, Viktor Kolesnikov

Polyommatus icarus? East Kazakhstan, Ust-Kamenogorsk.

08.12.2012 19:54, Alexandr Zhakov

I'm sorry, not Eumedonia eumedon (as it's named on here).

08.12.2012 19:51, Alexandr Zhakov

Definitely not Aricia eumedon. Also where is this blue from? Please location.

08.12.2012 16:46, Viktor Kolesnikov

Eumedonia eumedon?

Your comment

Please, create an account or log in to add comments.

* Our website is multilingual. Some comments have been translated from other languages.

Insecta.pro: international entomological community. Terms of use and publishing policy.

Project editor in chief and administrator: Peter Khramov.

Curators: Konstantin Efetov, Vasiliy Feoktistov, Svyatoslav Knyazev, Evgeny Komarov, Stan Korb, Alexander Zhakov.

Moderators: Vasiliy Feoktistov, Evgeny Komarov, Dmitriy Pozhogin, Alexandr Zhakov.

Thanks to all authors, who publish materials on the website.

© Insects catalog Insecta.pro, 2007—2017.

Species catalog enables to sort by characteristics such as expansion, flight time, etc..

Photos of representatives Insecta.

Detailed insects classification with references list.

Few themed publications and a living blog.