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Photo #3869: Synanthedon bicingulata

Female

Synanthedon bicingulata

Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Dina Rogatnykh. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Alexandr Zhakov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2008-07-29 00:00:00, Amur region, nearby Blagoveshchensk city, Shirotnaya railway station

Comments on this image

26.11.2013 18:53, Irina Nikulina

Certainly thanks! Turns out the species mentioned in Synev's Catalogue only in Primorye is also in Priamurye.

26.11.2013 18:28, Alexandr Zhakov

Identified by O. Gorbunov on molbiol http://molbiol.ru/forums/index.php?showtopic=359451&st=200&p=1450225#entry1450225. Many thanks to him.

26.11.2013 18:17, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Not identified Synanthedon bicingulata / Confidently identified / Alexandr Zhakov.

26.11.2013 18:17, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Imago Female.

17.11.2013 20:48, Irina Nikulina

Alexandr, thanks, I saw this photo on catocala.narod.ru, deemed it vague, so didn't mention it and told about Synanthedon hector, seemed that none of those three Synev species fitted. Would be great to put it on molbiol, please decide)

17.11.2013 20:31, Alexandr Zhakov

Vasily, this pic is from the first thousand, here is for about 5 years already, no one touched it, do you offer to wait for another 5 years? I think it will be ok to put it on molbiol. Dina won't be upset and the case is curious, maybe new species in Russia.

17.11.2013 20:23, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Sesiidae on molbiol are in this thread: http://molbiol.ru/forums/index.php?showtopic=359451&st=0. There you can also find Oleg Gorbunov (under Melitia). Just FYI: this is Dina's photo, she has to upload it there herself.

17.11.2013 20:04, Alexandr Zhakov

Irina, here's S. herzi image http://catocala.narod.ru/ses09.html, not a candidate at all. Whilst yours looks very similar to Synanthedon hector. Synev's Catalogue is not a dogma, just a guide. Should show this pic to Gorbunov on molbiol.ru and give his ID here, on the website. :)

17.11.2013 19:35, Irina Nikulina

If Synanthedon, then can be nothing but S. herzi Spatenka & Gorbunov, 1992, most probably. There are only three Synanthedon species in Amur region, scoliaeformis, spheciformis and herzi. This is definitely not S. scoliaeformis, neither S. spheciformis. If not read Synev, I'd rather say this is Synanthedon hector (Butler, 1878) distributed in Japan and China http://www.jpmoth.org/Sesiidae/Sesiinae/Synanthedon_hector.html, http://www.k3.dion.ne.jp/~kamikiri/clearwingmoth/kosukashiba.html. Flew to Priamurye?)

14.11.2013 0:46, Peter Khramov

Anything new on this?...

28.11.2012 21:07, Peter Khramov

Despite this has a similar appearance, S. kathyae, afaik, is an American species and absent in Russia.

27.11.2012 19:35, Lev Bely

Synanthedon kathyae? Or ssp.

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