Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Alive insect.
Photo: Valerija Maslennikova. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Eugene Karolinskiy
10.02.2011 23:35, Eugene Karolinskiy
Just for the record: what should be considered that is butterfly's antennas from outside (even though usually it's hardly seen just the smallest part at the end of an antenna). Lineola has dark ones, sylvestris does red. And the moustache is colored more or less similarly, males have red or something like, females do dark. Also, males can be easily identified by stigmas.
10.02.2011 21:59, Peter Khramov
Dmitry answered by mail. Moved to lineola.
10.02.2011 21:57, Dmitriy Pozhogin
Guys! I'm not long in these! But what about #1543 and #4640 pics then??? As I can see, this one has red moustache.
10.02.2011 21:06, Eugene Karolinskiy
Dmitry, consensus needed. How can it be sylvestris? ;) Stigma is thin, interrupted, antennas are dark from outside...
09.02.2011 18:06, Peter Khramov
Where are you, consensus?
09.02.2011 15:04, Eugene Karolinskiy
Back!!! ;) This is lineola! Solid!
09.02.2011 0:29, Peter Khramov
09.02.2011 0:08, Dmitriy Pozhogin
And this one is sylvestris.
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