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Photo #7236: Acharia nesea

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Acharia nesea

Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Konstantin Kraevsky. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Alexandr Zhakov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2011-02-00 00:00:00, Guyana, the Cuyuni River basin, near Quartzstone stream, at the exploration camp area.

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30.10.2013 17:10, Alexandr Zhakov

I myself do not know, if I knew, suffered :) there must again climb on the SA sites, to see what was happening :)

30.10.2013 16:51, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Where it is necessary to leave? Just once and drag. Not just knew.

30.10.2013 16:43, Alexandr Zhakov

Basil, is that you did nothing, this kind of site is already in another kind Sibine nesea, will now be confusion :( I just have not gotten your hands, there still are several types emerged, it was necessary to clarify. :)

30.10.2013 16:38, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Added by genus and species :)

30.10.2013 16:37, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Not identified Acharia nesea / Confidently identified / Alexandr Zhakov.

30.10.2013 1:49, Sergei Kotov

Reminder moderators! The butterfly has long defined!
Alexander Zhakov "rummaged in the net stimule S.Amerika it. So Acharia nesea.
Peter, genus and species of the evening I shall bring to the directory "
Move it!

04.07.2012 22:14, Peter Khramov

Alexandr, you may upload new species using new forms in a few days, now it's off.

04.07.2012 14:45, Alexandr Zhakov

Surfed the web, so stimule is in North America, hence this is Acharia nesea. Petr, I'll get the genus and species catalogued tonight.

04.07.2012 14:31, Alexandr Zhakov

Might be Acharia genus, Limacodidae family. As for the species, there are two candidates, nesea and stimule. Vote for the latter. Dmitry, did make me dig the thing out. :).

04.07.2012 14:13, Alexandr Zhakov

Megalopygidae or of the kind.

04.07.2012 8:58, Dmitriy Pozhogin

What's family?

03.07.2012 20:25, Alexandr Zhakov

As I see, it's not Hepialidae. There is a small family of such things, couldn't find the very species though. :)

03.07.2012 16:20, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Druceiella amazonensis?

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