Alexander Boldyrev Curator

Joined: Nov 03, 2018 Last Active: Dec 07, 2021 iNaturalist

Butterflies, beetles and some other insects of the Moscow region

Dear friends!
I know some of the Symphyta larvae because usually the larvae of the same species are found every year. Usually we see very few species of larvae that live openly, which are at the level of our eyes, which can be easily seen, the number of which is not large, etc. Therefore, the number of such species is small, while the total number of species is huge.
But I don't know well enough the free-flying adults of Symphyta; there are far more of them than the larvae we can see.
To identify an imago, a lot of detailed photos are required. I cannot identify living adults based on 2-3 fotos.

Therefore, if you tag me for identification of adults, then most likely your question will remain unanswered.
Please excuse me for this :)

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