Is there an explicit description of Landis-Petrovskiĭ's mistake in their "solution" to Hilbert's 16th problem?

The second part of the Hilbert's 16th problem (determination of the upper bound on the number of limit cycles for two-dimensional polynomial vector fields of given degree), proposed in 1900, is still open and a bit mysterious. Its varìous aspects have been frequently revisited, "proven" and disproven! In particular, Petrovskiĭ and Landis claimed that they solved this problem in 1950s, but their "proof" turned out to have a gap. There is a related discussion on Mathematics Overflow.

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Does there exist a paper which explicitly describe the essential mistake in that famous paper of Petrovski and Landis? Am I correct to think that there is no universal agreement as to existence of such a paper?

"In our paper On the number of Limit Cycles of the Equation $dy/dx=P(x,y)/Q(x,y)$, where $P$ and $Q$ are Polynomials of the Second Degree in the proof of lemma 12 (p.242) there is an error pointed out to us by S.P. Novikov. A reference to this lemma is made in our [follow up] paper On the number of Limit Cycles of the Equation $dy/dx=P(x,y)/Q(x,y)$, where $P$ and $Q$ are Polynomials. Therefore, one can only claim that the results of those works hold under the additional assumption of that lemma's validity".
Unfortunately, both original papers are from before 1967, when AMS started making English translations of the Sbornik, but they link to five (!) papers by Ilyashenko starting in 1969 that cite them, meaning their translations are available. At least to those who have the IOP Science subscription... unlike myself. Three of them are from 1969, one is titled An Example of Equations $dw/dz=P_n(z,w)Q_n(z,w)$ having a Countable Number of limit Cycles and Arbitrarily Large Petrovskii–Landis Genus, so they may have more details on the error.