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Photo #39068: Erebia aethiops

Male

Erebia aethiops

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Base gallery. Upperside. Pinned specimen.

Photo: Nikolay Grebennikov. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Alexander Belousov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2014-07-17 00:00:00, Оренбургская обл Тюльганский район с.Тугустемир окрестности на опушке березового леса

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19.07.2015 13:49, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Imago Male.

19.07.2015 7:16, Nikolay Grebennikov

male.

20.02.2015 9:36, Alexandr Zhakov

The quality of picture and butterflies to be desired :(

20.02.2015 9:34, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Not identified Erebia aethiops / Confidently identified / Alexander Belousov.

19.02.2015 4:03, Alexander Belousov

In Erebia melancholica, Haute bands on the wing lighter and wider. In the photo - a male, and is clearly visible androkony, the male Erebia melancholica not see it. And living in the Caucasus. I think so.

18.02.2015 20:17, Nikolay Grebennikov

and why? Simply Sineva not?

18.02.2015 13:58, Alexander Belousov

IErebia aethiops

18.02.2015 12:56, Nikolay Grebennikov

Erebia melancholika?

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