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Photo #22002: Morpho deidamia


Morpho deidamia

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Base gallery. Upperside. Pinned specimen.

Photo, and identified by: Alex Dumchus. Image without retouching at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2011-00-00 00:00:00, Эквадор

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10.05.2017 11:23, Alex Dumchus

Касательно морф: у Патрика Бландина она стоит отдельным видом:Morpho (Morpho) granadensis C. Felder & R. Felder, 1867

1. M. granadensis granadensis C. Felder & R. Felder, 1867
2. M. granadensis polybaptus Butler, 1875
3. M. granadensis lycanor Fruhstorfer, 1907

25.10.2013 14:25, Peter Khramov

Define - Alexander, I just asked about synonyms. The point is not who is the faithful staged a synonym, but who, in fact, determined.

25.10.2013 14:24, Peter Khramov Corrected data.

Petr Khramov Alex Dumchus.

25.10.2013 13:43, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Peter set as the first guess. And I will throw uncertain: pavlinoglazok Malay there are several species lazily look :) Maybe someone knows them?

25.10.2013 13:41, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Not identified Morpho deidamia / Confidently identified / Petr Khramov.

25.10.2013 13:39, Dmitriy Pozhogin

who cares. if only in vague not loose. and then lit 900 ph

25.10.2013 13:34, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Who put in the definition? Loses ......

25.10.2013 13:18, Dmitriy Pozhogin

transfer to deidamia.

02.10.2013 20:17, Alex Dumchus

Yeah. With classification morphs full zh..Komu believe? Here is another example!: Some write M.uraneis eugenia, others vice versa - eugenia uraneis ..

02.10.2013 20:03, Vasiliy Feoktistov

On biolibe muddy everything with granadensis (incomplete name): I suspect there is a blooper, but with deidamia everything is normal.
Compare for yourself:

02.10.2013 15:17, Alex Dumchus

Glad you finally got the connection. Whilst it's an individual species in Biolib, M.violaceus is not a species at all but an M.helenor subspecies.

02.10.2013 14:44, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Although the head can break these "commercial" Morfidov: Wait endure. Wait necessary that someone else said their opinions.

02.10.2013 14:37, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Now I drag it to deidamia. And the name Morpho deidamia granadensis C. Felder & R. Felder, 1867 at Alexander could finish in the LC, a blank line under the name of the species.

02.10.2013 14:33, Vasiliy Feoktistov

deidamia, however. What a fuss:
P.S. Inet made: rad!

01.10.2013 17:44, Alex Dumchus

Basil. I give another link to morph. Boudin Internet, see: http: //

01.10.2013 15:39, Vasiliy Feoktistov

I'm currently out of the internet connection (now connecting through my phone, don't want to risk anything), after I've got good connection, maybe really put this as an individual species?

30.09.2013 8:09, Alex Dumchus

If we focus on the site Biolib, then put a separate species

30.09.2013 5:02, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Where to put it, then?

29.09.2013 17:19, Alex Dumchus

Morpho granadensis, Felder

11.08.2013 9:27, Alex Dumchus

The site Biolib she, too, is a separate species - Morpho granadensis, Felder

09.06.2013 15:00, Peter Khramov

Dmitry, tell me what the thread of morphine, as well?

07.06.2013 19:45, Alex Dumchus

I do not think, even though they all messed up, as well as with violacea - someone considers a separate species, like on our website, one subspecies helenok - disassemble itself. Here is the site:
Group deidamia
deidamia (Surinam, Bolivia, Amazon)
neoptolemus (Peru)
Morpho_deidamia_erica electra
Group granadensis
granadensis (Nicaragua - Ecuador, Colombia)
lycanor (Salidero, Ecuador)

07.06.2013 14:10, Peter Khramov

Morpho deidamia granadensis synonym?

07.05.2013 17:43, Alex Dumchus

Morpho granadensis

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