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Photo #27636: Ochlodes sylvanus

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Ochlodes sylvanus

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Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Irina Nikulina. Image without retouching at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2011-08-20 12:45:00, Russia, Primorskiy Krai, Shkotovskiy distr., Anisimovka

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19.02.2014 13:35, Vasiliy Feoktistov

I'm still at 7:44 asked Eugene, what to do and waited for an answer. But as you can see: spurred :)
Frankly, if it were moved the MoD, would without question. In no other area of ​​my Ochlodes not fly :) This in fact I trust: http://insectamo.ru/rhop/33-rhop/hesperiidae/30-hesperiidae

19.02.2014 13:12, Alexandr Zhakov

We think the same way about a lot :), I also wanted to Perens. :)

19.02.2014 12:48, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Not identified Ochlodes sylvanus / Confidently identified / Irina Nikulina.

19.02.2014 12:47, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Irina, well, in that case (if you put a question mark for reinsurance) :) Calling as a moderator of the fire itself (for kicks is not afraid) :). And yet, more like Eugene agreed .....

19.02.2014 12:39, Sergei Kotov

" are easily distinguished by size (venatus larger) "
It is not necessary to appeal to size. From the photographs the size of the butterfly still do not understand.

19.02.2014 12:06, Irina Nikulina

Sergey, your confidence ... to be envied not only in this case. Decide dear moderators, where to put. But I want to Add- not seen in nature, and those and others. In nature sputaesh- easily distinguished by size (venatus larger), color (no gray underside greenish ginger).The underside venatus have very uniform, feeble spots, sometimes even indistinguishable. The question mark delivered more for reinsurance. I will try to put in time dr.vidy.

19.02.2014 11:21, Sergei Kotov

I looked at photos Ochlodes venatus the Internet. What I want to say. Differences from sylvanus zero, they do not. Paired Ochlodes sylvanus / venatus seems only possible definition of drugs genitals. In addition, in Primorye there are other species of the genus Ochlodes. On the site there are no people who could clarify this point. We do not have good people on Rhopalocera.Needless to think about how to handle this photograph, let hanging in uncertainty.

19.02.2014 7:44, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Eugene, you can clean up in inaccurate or plans to do the excavation you?

19.02.2014 4:06, Eugene Karolinskiy

Yes, it is likely sylvanus. Doubts, however, have I not been in Primorye and venatus in nature is unknown to me.

18.02.2014 1:29, Irina Nikulina

Eugene, thank you very much! Of course, not aquilina) And as I ugorazdilo) .. sylvanus? Not ochracea, not subhyalina, not venatus, I think. You have to start DV tolstogolovok put and deal) I hope for your help.

18.02.2014 1:19, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Bibasis aquilina / Confidently identified / Irina Nikulina Not identified.

18.02.2014 1:03, Eugene Karolinskiy

It Ochlodes.

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