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Photo #16734: Anarta trifolii


Anarta trifolii

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

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

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2011-06-02 00:00:00, Moscow region, Ramensky district, near Khrypan' railway station, country house garden, to the light.

Photographer's comment: Anarta trifolii

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24.12.2012 14:24, Peter Khramov

Vitaly, no problem. Just made it that photos are now added with the original filename (that one the photographer used on upload) and original name of the species. These data are seen to no one but the author of the photo, other users neither can see this.
To all: if you have any wishes as for the website use, please don't hesitate to ask. Many things may be added.

24.12.2012 10:37, Vitaly Gumenuk

Would be really to keep the first name saved so I could later revise the photo in my archive if it was ID'ed wrongly. Otherwise how can I now find it in my archive with thousands of photos?

20.12.2012 14:26, Peter Khramov

Thanks, updated.

19.12.2012 18:59, Sergei Kotov

No, this is Anarta trifolii (Hufnagel, 1766).

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