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Photo #9880: Coenonympha pamphilus


Coenonympha pamphilus

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Base gallery. Lateral/Underside. Alive insect.

Photo, and identified by: Peter Khramov. Image without retouching at the website. Tentative identification

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2008-07-00 00:00:00, Croatia, the island part

Comments on this image

23.11.2011 11:46, Peter Khramov

Ok, the person who identified is changed.

23.11.2011 8:24, Dmitriy Pozhogin

The species is identified by Evgeny Karolinsky, 2011/08/12.

23.11.2011 1:47, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Don't make haste, colleagues might suggest different ones.

23.11.2011 0:58, Peter Khramov

Ok, goes to pamphilus.

22.11.2011 23:25, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Coenonympha rhodopensis
Coenonympha arcania
Coenonympha leander (last three are out at once)
Coenonympha orientalis (also passes by)
C. thyrsis which is already mentioned there doesn't differ to Coenonympha pamphilus f. lyllus but with its genitalia (Boillat 1986).
So, having eliminated all those, we've got Coenonympha pamphilus f. lyllus.

22.11.2011 23:13, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Let's look through Bokhanov's catalog. In Croatia there are such species as
Coenonympha rhodopensis
Coenonympha glycerion
Coenonympha pamphilus
Coenonympha arcania
Coenonympha orientalis
Coenonympha leander.

22.11.2011 21:29, Alexandr Zhakov

Soo weird pamphilus.

22.11.2011 20:53, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Turns out like nothing but this.

22.11.2011 17:52, Peter Khramov

To pamphilus, "uncertain", or?

22.11.2011 15:43, Dmitriy Pozhogin

It seems rather to be Coenonympha pamphilus.

21.11.2011 15:23, Peter Khramov

Dmitry, what's about your checking?)) Any conclusions?

16.08.2011 14:57, Dmitriy Pozhogin

I'll check my Coenonympha at home, maybe find out something.

16.08.2011 14:50, Dmitriy Pozhogin

This is Pyronia tithonus.

12.08.2011 23:57, Eugene Karolinskiy

C. thyrsis is an endemic Crete species. :) May be some local pamphilus.

09.08.2011 21:55, Peter Khramov

Looks like Coenonympha thyrsis, but what about the fact it can be only in Crete?..

09.08.2011 21:52, Alexandr Zhakov

Seems like Coenonympha thyrsis. Would be better to have more different images of this species from this very place.

09.08.2011 21:13, Peter Khramov

Hey guys, what is this Coenonympha (if it's Coenonympha whatsoever)? There are some images more: http://lepidoptera.pro/gallery/9893/ (click to see large ones).

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