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Photo #57091: Endotricha sp.



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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Vladimir Bobow. Image without retouching at the website. Identified by: Alexandr Zhakov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2015-07-18 14:40:00, Хабаровский край, город Амурск, окрестности

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22.04.2016 8:23, Yuri Semejkin

So it's kind of a means itself. In any case, the nearest and most likely not very near future.

22.04.2016 7:14, Alexandr Zhakov

Yuri, chief specialist if not taken up the form, then we probably do not need to specify :)

22.04.2016 2:23, Yuri Semejkin

Alexander ! Here is the answer Valentina Antonovna: This moth belongs to the same group Endotricha, which is significantly determined by the genitals.

21.04.2016 15:56, Yuri Semejkin

Good. Let's try, Wait skins.

21.04.2016 15:40, Alexandr Zhakov

I have a prior defined it differently, but there is no certainty either. That would Kirpichnikova show. :)

21.04.2016 14:53, Yuri Semejkin

I will say that it Endotricha olivacealis (Bremer, 1864)

21.04.2016 14:34, Alexandr Zhakov Corrected data.

Lepidoptera / Vladimir Bobow Endotricha / Alexandr Zhakov.

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