Moth id help
peter.kautt at student.uni-tuebingen.de
Sat Jul 3 03:50:34 EDT 1999
the figured burnet moth belongs to the species Zygaena (Agrumenia) separata
Most probably it's the nominate subspecies (Z. separata separata) which is
flying in the Tienshan mountain range in Kyrgyzstan (according to A. Hofmann
& W. G. Tremewan 1996: A systematic catalogue of the Zygaeninae). Hope this
Neil Jones schrieb:
> In article <930641671snz at nwjones.demon.co.uk>
> Neil at nwjones.demon.co.uk "Neil Jones" writes:
> > Can anyone help identify a few moths?
> > I have placed two digitised video stills on the web at
> > http://www.nwjones.demon.co.uk/moths.htm/
> > There is a burnet moth and an emerald moth.
> > They were taken on a recent foreign trip.
> > TIA
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