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Photo #22007: Papilio machaon

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Papilio machaon

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Additional gallery. Upperside. Pinned specimen.

Photo: Alex Dumchus. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Vasiliy Feoktistov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 1999-06-28 00:00:00, Канада, Pink Mountain

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06.06.2013 19:01, Peter Khramov

The Swallowtail.

03.06.2013 18:09, Alex Dumchus

Eugene. I have a lot of Sarpedon from southeast Asia, including and caught me, mb of them lost and Milo. Please, can you explain where these spots are, at the edge or anywhere else? Because it is in the image of different sites that are not visible.

27.05.2013 17:16, Evgeny Komarov

Without specialists - from Sarpedon and Milo clear differences in the shape and width of blue spots on the hind wings!

25.05.2013 13:50, Alex Dumchus

Here like everything is clear - to drag Swallowtail! But what's the difference Graphium sarpedon Gr.milon- from me I do not understand. Maybe specialists prompt ???

25.05.2013 11:31, Alex Dumchus

Vasily rights. Just some sites sometimes omit the name of the species and subspecies once allowed. This is especially true Morfidov and papillomas. I met M.luna, M. phanodemus, P.stockleyi and others.

24.05.2013 21:14, Peter Khramov

Opinions will or will not?

08.05.2013 14:13, Vasiliy Feoktistov

It ought to drag Swallowtail. Or even what opinions will be? Just wondering.

08.05.2013 5:40, Vasiliy Feoktistov

And most likely like this: Papilio machaon aliaska Scudder, 1869
http://butterfliesofamerica.com/papilio_machaon_aliaska.htm

07.05.2013 17:57, Alex Dumchus

On the label was written Papilio aliaska. Yes, it is similar to P.zelicaon and even P. polyxenes, but the first difference that strikes the eye - is the lack of black spots on the lower wings red eyes.

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