Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.
Photo: Simon Coombes. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Irina Nikulina. Uncertain taxon
01.04.2014 16:28, Irina Nikulina
I've been there too) If the definition given on underside, it seems, and faithful. Just because the underside can be from the other butterflies there because they are not connected in any way) and location shooting is not specified. But in any case not from the top phoebe.
01.04.2014 16:15, Vasiliy Feoktistov
For reference. It is for this photo from the author (and there seems to have underside): http://butterfly-guide.co.uk/species/fritillaries/val20.htm I do not know whether there is a true-definition :)
01.04.2014 16:10, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.
Melitaea phoebe → Melitaea cinxia.
Confidently identified / Simon Coombes → Tentatively identified / Irina Nikulina.
01.04.2014 15:37, Alexandr Zhakov
Just do not phoebe, on account cinxia question, there still has Melitaea arduinna, where the photo?
01.04.2014 14:38, Irina Nikulina
And that's exactly phoebe? Instead cinxia?
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