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Photo #14382: Apatura ilia


Apatura ilia

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Evgeny Slobodskoy. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Alexandr Zhakov

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2012-07-18 15:30:00, Primorsky region, Anuchinsky district, Novotroitskoe village

Comments on this image

05.10.2014 7:00, Vasiliy Feoktistov Corrected data.

Imago Male.

31.08.2012 15:34, Alexandr Zhakov

Yes, Evgeny, there are 4 species with Apatura schrenckii, I either forgot the metis that in Far East quite differs from the European one. Thus I refuse my previous version I offered so sure, it might be metis indeed. Any opinions more?

31.08.2012 11:17, Evgeny Slobodskoy

Thank you for placing the image. As I'm not a real connossieur, naturally, I identified it wrongly. Thanks! Anyway, I would reckon that there are only two emperor species in Primor'ye, whilst it's in fact four of them. If I were more skilled, would probably shoot them all on sight :) Will be more attentive henceforth, though there sadly will be no chance but in a year :(

30.08.2012 0:00, Peter Khramov

Moved those stray.

29.08.2012 21:58, Alexandr Zhakov

Right, Apatura ilia.

29.08.2012 21:08, Maxim Schwarz

Photo's likely to get lost...

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