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Photo #3419: Limenitis populi


Limenitis populi

Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Nickolay Kiselev. Image redone at the website

Photographer's comment: The same Limenitis

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26.05.2012 21:08, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Well, as I know they actually don't come to any light. These are exceptionally diurnal. I usually meet males on wet forest paths while females prefer to stay close to tree crowns. Talk seems to appear the kind of banter :)

26.05.2012 20:05, Maxim Schwarz

Yeah, nearly.))) So it came to the light of a mercury vapor lamp, didn't it?))))

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