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Photo #22687: Melitaea diamina


Melitaea diamina

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Base gallery. Alive insect.

Photo: Aleksey Gnilenkov. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Shamil Murtazin

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2013-06-25 20:00:00, Москва, Новопеределкино, Ульяновский лесопарк

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29.06.2013 23:12, Aleksey Gnilenkov

OK got it

29.06.2013 20:26, Peter Khramov

MOVED. Alex, if several fotah shows one and the same individual, place, please note in this section uploaded images in the LC.

27.06.2013 8:34, Fyodor Pudovikov


26.06.2013 8:44, Shamil Murtazin

Hooray! =)
Is this color melanism?

26.06.2013 1:53, Fyodor Pudovikov This species is identified correctly.

26.06.2013 0:17, Aleksey Gnilenkov

Then we wait for what they say specialists.

25.06.2013 10:36, Shamil Murtazin

and not the fact that I am right =) to define a train.

25.06.2013 9:31, Aleksey Gnilenkov

Yes, it's the same one the previous butterfly. She "walked on straw and shows itself from all sides. Thank Shamil!

25.06.2013 8:36, Shamil Murtazin

If the previous pictures - underside of the same butterfly, assume it
Melitaea diamina

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