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Photo #42064: Pararge aegeria tircis

Male

Pararge aegeria tircis

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Base gallery. Upperside. Pinned specimen.

Photo, and identified by: Vasiliy Feoktistov. Image without retouching at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2015-08-02 00:00:00, Russia, Moscow reg., Noginsk distr., near Esino village. leg. Feoktistov V.I.

Photographer's comment: Второе поколение. Размах крыльев: 37 мм.

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03.08.2015 18:45, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Krupnoglazka Egeria in the Moscow region is really prevalent locally.
And in the eastern region on personal observations and at all rare.So, yesterday, having gone for mushrooms, just to the east of Defense unexpectedly I found another location where it is plentiful and fairly and clearly in the second generation, which is the species
It was passed the route with a total length of about 14 kilometers and all along the route by single individuals met members of the species.Interesting facts about the locality where the population found:
"Near Fryazevo long been rural cottage Marshal Voroshilov. The People's Commissar of the USSR liked to hunt grouse here together with colleagues of the Civil War Marshal Budyonny. On capercaillie hunting they came from Moscow to" Packard "Voroshilov.We traveled by car, the road is allowed, and then transplanted to the cart, chief Fryazevskogo controlled hunting. Later, however, for the assassination of the first head of the Voroshilov Fryazevskogo ohothozjajstva N. Dubakina put in the Gulag.Elite Hunting has always contributed to the creation and prosperity of many game farms ".
Taken from here: http://pro-fryazevo.narod.ru/organizations.html
I ask, of course sorry for offtopic. But it is in such places often find interesting species))
Probably because of the "reserve" of these places ....

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