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Photo #3324: Hecatera bicolorata

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Hecatera bicolorata

Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Dina Rogatnykh. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Irina Nikulina

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2009-06-26 11:18:10, Amur region, nearby Blagoveshchensk city

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21.11.2013 0:40, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Not identified Hecatera bicolorata / Confidently identified / Irina Nikulina.

21.11.2013 0:24, Alexandr Zhakov

Irina, I didn't check Hecatera bicolorata, here they are really different, I've just checked websites, aaaand...... most likely, will have one more thought and move it. :)

20.11.2013 23:10, Irina Nikulina

Alexandr, so you gave up Hecatera bicolorata? Maybe it's still this, some Far East variation? Looks very likely Crimean bicolorata (I checked molbiol) and also here http://www.lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Hecatera_Bicolorata. Of course, to my not an expert opinion.

20.11.2013 20:57, Alexandr Zhakov

Tough nut. :) Last Noctuidae by Dina.

26.10.2013 11:15, Sergei Kotov

Thank you and on this one.

26.10.2013 9:05, Alexandr Zhakov

I will be humble and answer carefully, such Hecatera dysodea I have not seen this butterfly with this I have not synonymous, I would not began to define and transfer it to Hecatera dysodea my hand does not rise :)

26.10.2013 2:59, Sergei Kotov

I was already e-mailed Synev's book by Alexandr. Question closed. Now another bothers me. Moreover, looking at this, http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/3535, he's not quite precise in IDs (which anyway doesn't derogate his worth). Hecatera dysodea isn't mentioned in Synev's book in Amur region. Which is still not a criterion, as it turns out. I wonder now if I was right this is Hecatera dysodea or not? The ID should be approved or controverted.

26.10.2013 2:57, Sergei Kotov

I was already e-mailed Synev's book by Alexandr. Question closed. Now another bothers me. Moreover, looking at this, http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/3535, he's not quite precise in IDs (which anyway doesn't derogate his worth). Hecatera dysodea isn't mentioned in Synev's book in Amur region. Which is still not a criterion, as it turns out. I wonder now if I was right this is Hecatera dysodea or not? The ID should be approved or controverted.

26.10.2013 2:38, Yuri Semejkin

Sergei. In fact, the book Sineva offer online http://www.life-nature.ru/?name=Book&bid=4058851

26.10.2013 2:20, Sergei Kotov

Alexander, need your authoritative opinion:Hecatera dysodeait or not?

26.10.2013 0:00, Sergei Kotov

Petr, thanks for the hint. Will get it in use.

25.10.2013 23:59, Sergei Kotov

Clear. But this butterfly bicolorata quite unlike. Well, so be it. Let it remain uncertain. Maybe someone someday it will determine. Although unlikely ... I believe in it with difficulty.

25.10.2013 23:53, Irina Nikulina

Sergei, of all Hecatera in the Amur region occurs only bicolorata. (A book on an Internet I ordered, but rarely use, t. To. Peter has correctly suggested as a site inf. Take)

25.10.2013 23:48, Peter Khramov

Sergey, it is not necessary to produce the book. The catalog on this site all the same information; -) Just choose the region (s) and the necessary taxon and all.

25.10.2013 23:40, Sergei Kotov

Irina, if you somehow have Synev's Catalogue at hand, would you please check which Hecatera species is distributed in Amur region? Very curious. I'm not used to give up so easy! This moth should be done...

P.S. Where is possible to find this Synev's book? Everyone refers to that...

25.10.2013 23:22, Sergei Kotov

No questions.

25.10.2013 23:20, Irina Nikulina

Sergey, but dysodea east region 24 does not occur (for Sinev) in the Amur region and it is not (see. The place of shooting)

25.10.2013 23:08, Sergei Kotov

Hecatera dysodea

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