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Фенологические наблюдения и пр.
For Eduardo Marabuto | Moths for ID 
15th-Dec-2006 02:40 pm
Here's a batch of various moths from the Algarve (Ferragudo, August-September 2006).
Some are totally unidentified, while on some I'd like a second opinion.

Bembecia sp.:


This, I guess, is Chondrostega vandalicia:
Update: Oiketicoides febretta or O. tebaldii (Psychidae):


There were two phenotypes of Eilema sp. The bolder-coloured one was recognised by you as E. caniola:


The other one is less contrasting, it only appeared towards the end of my stay:
Update: also E. caniola:


This might be some other lithosiine:
Update: Apaidia mesogona:


Some geometers I don't know:
Update: Cyclophora pupillaria:


Update: Menophra japygiaria:


Update: male Semiaspilates ochrearia:


Same as above, but a female, I guess:
Update: female Semiaspilates ochrearia:


Update: Tephrina sp.:


Update: Charissa ?mucidarius:


Update: Gymnoscelis rufifasciata:


Update: Idaea fractilineata:


Sorry for poor quality. Idaea sp.?
Update: Idaea elongaria:


Idaea efflorata? I got several specimens, and all are very small -- with a wingspan of less than 1 cm.:
Update: Idaea efflorata:


This, I presume, is Idaea degeneraria:
Update: Idaea degeneraria:


And this one is either a form of the latter -- or another species:
Update: Idaea eugeniata:


Tephronia sepiaria:


A geometer? A noctuid? I have no idea:
Update: Hypotia sp. (Pyralidae):


Unidentified noctuids:
Update: Mythimna sicula:


Update: Microphtha plumigeralis:


Probably the same as above, but worn:
Update: Microphtha plumigeralis:


Sorry for the poor quality again. I guess they are a male and a female of the same species:
Update: Proxenus hospes:


Update: Discestra trifolii:


Update: Spodoptera cilium:


Update: ?Xestia baja:


Update: Condica viscosa:


Spodoptera cilium:


Zebeeba falsalis:


Eublemma parva:


Second species of Eublemma:
Update: Eublemma ostrina:


Ctenoplusia limbirena:


Thanks for any help :)
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