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Photo #16564: Sideridis reticulata

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Sideridis reticulata

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Vitaly Gumenuk. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Sergei Kotov. Uncertain taxon

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2010-07-16 00:00:00, Moscow region, Ramensky district, near Khrypan' railway station, country house garden, to the light.

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05.04.2015 10:17, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Sideridis kitti / Alexandr Zhakov Sideridis reticulata / Sergei Kotov.

28.02.2015 10:35, Basil Sergienko

It's still reticulata, in my opinion.

04.06.2014 18:26, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Alexander, but I'm just about what is best to compare the two insects on pins (here are some stuff for the most reliable determination not like, as it turns out, until the spray of bile: it is insulting to me) than to determine the nature of the photo related species. Just one but at retikulaty I did not catch until now.Now I'll know who to me except her endeavor. It's really close to me geographically :)

04.06.2014 17:05, Alexandr Zhakov

The question is not what caught or not caught, and that determined or not. :)

04.06.2014 14:19, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Well, if caught both: Issues mean :) I just removed one retikulata always comes and really have nothing to compare :) Because after all, actually thought. Just Hripan me very close geographically. The second "in the subject", by the way, actually more like a classic retikulatu.

04.06.2014 13:15, Alexandr Zhakov

Basil, I caught those and those they are well characterized, although at first glance identical.

04.06.2014 13:04, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Alexander, I would be in your place, so take your time with it. Retikulata varies greatly: cm. Laid me yesterday and laid out earlier. The day after tomorrow I can only check, but Kitty did not meet even once. Although it is listed. Figuring there must deepened or at least put in is inaccurate :)

04.06.2014 12:11, Alexandr Zhakov

Not exactly a typical pattern and heavily worn, but it's more like a Sideridis kitti, than a butterfly from Slovakia. Tomuzhe 8 is known in the region. :)

04.06.2014 12:08, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Sideridis reticulata / Confidently identified / Sergei Kotov Sideridis kitti / Tentatively identified / Alexandr Zhakov.

20.12.2012 14:27, Peter Khramov

Ok, moved.

19.12.2012 18:54, Alexandr Zhakov

Not Hadena, looks very similar to Sideridis reticulata.

19.12.2012 18:39, Sergei Kotov

No, this is Sideridis reticulatus (Goeze, 1781).

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