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Photo #6379: Celastrina filipjevi

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Celastrina filipjevi

Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Yuri Semejkin. Image redone at the website

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2010-07-08 00:00:00, Vladivostok, FEBRAS Botanical garden

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23.03.2013 3:46, Yuri Semejkin

Now seen.

23.03.2013 1:35, Yuri Semejkin

Again pic's unseen.

20.03.2013 14:57, Peter Khramov

Moved to Celastrina filipjevi.

20.03.2013 13:13, Irina Nikulina

Ure, yesterday began to write their opinions to your answer to Peter. And today is ready to support you - it Celastrina filipjevi = Maslowskia filipjevi. The Botanical Garden in a radius of about 2 to 3 meters from the large number Prinsep Celastrina filipjevi. Butterflies of this species do not usually fly off from the undergrowth Prinsep more than 3m.According to Belyaev, "The Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS and arboretum Gorno-taiga Station, Far Eastern Branch of RAS on small plantings ploskosemyannika freely migrating females copper-butterfly Filipeva were based quite viable colonies of species."And judging by the date of shooting, is a butterfly of the first generation (flying from late June until mid-July) before the end of the flight of, you're right.

20.03.2013 12:44, Yuri Semejkin

If you focus on the core underside and nature spots I would have brought it to the Maslowskia filipjevi Riley. What confuses? Kurentsov writes: The underside of both sexes silvery white ..... In this case, about the underside do not say. What though of nothing says, along with a painting, fly, including together with silver and white (Chinese ploskosemyannik near growing).In general, it seems that such a hue as the image appears on the old butterflies before they finish Flight.
In general, for a number of species, probably it is necessary to have a top and underside of the same individuals and then maybe we can talk (or not say) about the diagnosis only at the top or underside.

20.03.2013 0:31, Peter Khramov

Yury, what's your opinion?

20.03.2013 0:06, Alexandr Zhakov

Having other ladonides surely identified this butterfly evokes serious doubt.

14.01.2013 19:47, Peter Khramov

Moved to C. ladonides "uncertain".

12.01.2013 20:24, Evgeny Komarov

Most probably this is Celastrina ladonides (de l'Orza, 1867), not quite sure though.

08.01.2013 18:56, Peter Khramov

Moved to "uncertain" and "Open case". Share your opinions if you have some.

23.02.2011 0:42, Eugene Karolinskiy

Not argiolus since it's Primorye region. Can't surely name the species. :)

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