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Photo #35211: Lygephila lupina


Lygephila lupina

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Vladimir Bobow. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Oleg Pekarsky

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2014-07-12 16:24:00, Хабаровский край, город Амурск

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08.06.2016 21:45, Peter Khramov


08.06.2016 21:06, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Peter! Organize through the website article

08.06.2016 20:50, Oleg Pekarsky

Released work
Pekarsky, Oleg. 2016. Taxonomic notes on the Lygephila vulcanea (Butler, 1881) species-group (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Toxocampinae). Zootaxa 4121 (1): 95-100.
I came out, who are interested.

20.05.2016 14:20, Alexandr Zhakov

I'm talking about the fact that you are completely in the theme, and I look at pictures from Kononenko :)

20.05.2016 14:19, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Lygephila vulcanea / Tentatively identified / Alexandr Zhakov Lygephila lupina / Confidently identified / Oleg Pekarsky.

20.05.2016 13:13, Oleg Pekarsky

I believe that in this photo lupina. On account of the fact that I "certainly know better" - any day out my new article on vulcanea-group in which the issues of these two closely related species, detail and understands all the vicissitudes of nomenclature associated with them. Let's see, discuss :)

20.05.2016 12:07, Alexandr Zhakov

Moved to inaccurate or transfer to Lygephila lupina ? Oleg, you certainly know better, but I have this look, even as an option not considered. :)

20.05.2016 12:03, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Confidently identified Tentatively identified.

20.05.2016 10:45, Oleg Pekarsky

For a number of signs that instance should be defined as lupina (= mirabilis).

13.11.2014 23:35, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Not identified Lygephila vulcanea / Confidently identified / Alexandr Zhakov.

13.11.2014 21:54, Alexandr Zhakov

I still see and probably will be in the exact, does not hurry. :)

13.11.2014 21:32, Peter Khramov

The inaccurate?

13.11.2014 21:19, Alexandr Zhakov

emaculata have Kononenko is another butterfly, vulcanea - only with yellow scales, similar legofil not see, but Kononenko, it is somewhat brighter.

13.11.2014 18:21, Irina Nikulina

I revised and vulcanea, all Lygephila 37th region. Of all DV-only view emaculata, who in the 40th, too, dwells nowhere found (according to VV Dubatolov this species was collected in the vicinity of Khabarovsk). You're right, Sasha, lies only vulcanea (again, as with Sesamia turpis, for Sinev seaside view is in the region of 37?).

13.11.2014 10:35, Alexandr Zhakov

Lygephila vulcanea?

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