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Photo #15824: Lepidoptera sp.



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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

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?,193.html.

06.01.2013 1:12, Alexandr Zhakov


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?

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