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Photo #31357: Maniola jurtina janira

Female

Maniola jurtina janira

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Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Pinned specimen.

Photo, and identified by: Vasiliy Feoktistov. Image without retouching at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2014-07-06 00:00:00, Russia, Vladimir reg., Petushinsky distr., near Starye Omutishchi village. leg. Feoktistov V.I.

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22.07.2014 14:53, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Yeah, in males. Only typical female Lycaon 2

22.07.2014 13:54, Alexsandr Martukov

So, I'm still not clear ... it turns out that Voloveva eyes and Lycaon one peephole on top of the wings?

22.07.2014 13:06, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Let me tezu and seen as the antithesis razlichinie these kinds of NN Smelters in 1950 (while both types were like old Epinephele):

22.07.2014 12:40, Alexsandr Martukov

Nitsche not understand ... Here mulberries one eye, it turns out similar to the eyes of oxen ... http://lepidoptera.ru/gallery/26942

22.07.2014 12:32, Vasiliy Feoktistov

I agree. For me they are well differ if seeing them side by side. And in nature is always individually recognize each. But photo confused and do not know why (For lyupinusa nothing to say: it is not like we do.

22.07.2014 11:34, Alexandr Zhakov

Both of these species are very well characterized, in contrast to the pair Hyponephele lycaon - Hyponephele lupinus. :))

22.07.2014 11:28, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Since variability in both "Mama Do not Cry." On underside can not be reliably determined from the mine. I have this kind of small, but Lycaon collected a lot: it is necessary to lay out will be later for its variability. And if we compare the purely visual: ox eye is much larger than Lycaon.

22.07.2014 11:21, Alexandr Zhakov

And why did you eyes? on the lower wing, on the right wing, because one, for similar types of two :)

22.07.2014 0:01, Alexsandr Martukov

In the original, do not wa ... photo from different angles to look, we can see the eyes?

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