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Photo #41472: Pieris napi


Pieris napi

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Photo: Leon Ortlieb. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Dmitriy Pozhogin

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2009-06-05 12:00:00, Юго-восточный Казахстан, Джунгарский Алатау, 1200-1300 м н.м. в пойме реки Коксу.

Photographer's comment: Дневные бабочки Семиречья. А.Б.Жданко, В.Л. Казенас. стр. 39.

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15.07.2015 8:05, Alexander Belousov

Leon, please enter the date of recording.

15.07.2015 2:17, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Pokoldovat sensitive.
Leon, the top line is not necessary to write the name of the species. Based on the comments we ourselves shall understand :)

15.07.2015 2:14, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Leon Ortlieb Dmitriy Pozhogin.

15.07.2015 2:10, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

14.07.2015 23:13, Leon Ortlieb

I changed references. I agree, if not uniquely determined by the types of produce that .. Thanks!

14.07.2015 22:54, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Honestly, I consider them one species altitudnymi forms.

14.07.2015 22:43, Leon Ortlieb

Yeah, I saw the photo and dark and light. And I could not understand where the boundary permissible. And in that book about the height of said moist foothills, ie not more than 1000 meters.
It would be interesting to look at the collection of the whiteflies in high quantities with different variations .. Thanks!

14.07.2015 22:26, Dmitriy Pozhogin

in my opinion it NADI. Pieris bryoniae darker flies much higher (if not mistaken 2-2.5 thousand meters) they are not in general

14.07.2015 22:18, Leon Ortlieb

Dmitry, the people here, too, his head breaks Pieris brioniae a view poluvid etc.

The Germans called Pieris brioniae pierid mountain.
I do not know how to distinguish them and where is the limit of permissible variations ..
As written above, p. 39, it is quite similar to these. Now what is the difference?

14.07.2015 21:51, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Pile Pieris napi on the heap do not know whose.

14.07.2015 21:21, Leon Ortlieb

Something not found on the site of whiteflies .. Or are synonymous to me unknown?

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