Второй год вывожу их, заметил что из зелёных кукол выходят самцы, из коричневых -самки. Может только у меня так? Или пол от цвета? Кто-нибудь ещё наблюдал?
In regards to the technical snapshots it said - If it is possible to load Larger - it will be even better. So "no better" if Kartika crop the machine for less. What is the meaning of downloads of "large size"? And so I put the size of a HD monitor, which is even less today.A snapshot function replacement needed! Maybe not all, but I periodically retake copies. again with better coverage (made ...
Well, as "not working", replace the window is, #  - but not actively. And so it "does not work." So that should be good to replace all of my last foty. They were all 1000x1000. Well, if the quality is important. And if not, then do not change.
So there Shamil. Kropnul 800 x 800, it has become normal. I generally set to 1000x1000. I do not become a working replacement photo, before me. It is necessary to replace these image photo # 52563.
By definition, Gorbunov, Pyrgus armoricanus not present in Kazakhstan, and the copies. It refers toPyrgus serratulae. I think the photos can be transferred.
This female of Balkhash Pavel Gorbunov redefined asChazara persephone. The key to determining served bright white veins on the underside of the rear wings. We copies. meeting in the mountains, colorful veins. Please check and transfer photos.
Sorry for the confusion, he is guilty. After the assumption of Basil More photos sent to other specialists. With accurate opredelnie first was Alex, because of his and pointed. Now have all decide who "won." Thank you all for your help and explanations.
Now, too, kind of like hanging separately. Let a native would. Maybe when and face it. Just more than they have never met.
It is my conclusion from the fact that we have listed only Pontia daplidice. So if it's not Pontia edusa, then its counterpart. Although visually they are very similar!
And if no extra writing of comments like this _ 05.18.1952 00:00:00, Tajikistan, Stalinabad (modern. Dushanbe)
Cymindis kuznetzowi Sundukov, 2001.
Cymindis olgae Kabak & Komarov, 2021
Aeshna juncea Linnaeus, 1758