By W. F. Kirby
The beautiful colours and shapes of butterflies — and their wonderful spectrum of problematic markings — are rendered with significant precision on sixty one full-color plates. Imaginations will take flight with butterflies and moths of each relatives, in addition to information of pupa, eyes, antennae, and the winged bugs' favourite flowers.
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Chesias spartiata Fig. 13. Chesias farinata Fig. 14. Lobophora sexalisata Fig. 15, a, b. Larentia albicillata A. Broom Sarothamnus scoparia B. Raspberry Rubus idaeus C. Bird’s-foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus Plate 49 RHOPALOCERA Fig. 1. Thais cerisyi Fig. 2. Genepteryx cleopatra Fig. 3. Euchloe belemia Fig. 4, a, b. Zegris eupheme Fig. 5. Argynnis laodice Fig. 6. Vanessa levana Fig. 7. Vanessa ichnusa Fig. 8. Spilothyrus lavaterae Fig. 9. Pamphila nostrodamus Fig. 10, a, b. Gonepteryx rhamni (larva and pupa) A.
4. Hibernia defoliaria Fig. 5. Hibernia aurantiaria Fig. 6. Hibernia leucophaearia Fig. 7. Timandra amataria A. Hawthorn Crataegus oxyacantha B. Broom Sarothamnus scoparia C. 1. Venilia macularia Fig. 2. Bapta bimaculata Fig. 3. Abraxas sylvata Fig. 4. Abraxas pantaria Fig. 5, a–d. Abraxas grossulariata Fig. 6, a–c. Abraxas marginata Fig. 7. Rhyparia melanaria Fig. 8, a, b. Fidonia piniaria Fig. 9. Fidonia atomaria Fig. 10. Thamnonoma wavaria Fig. 11. Fidoniae clathrata A. Red Currant Ribes rubrum B.
5. Pyrausta purpuralis Fig. 6, a, b. Botys urticata Fig. 7. Botys flavalis Fig. 8. Botys hyalinalis Fig. 9. Crambus selasellus Fig. 10. Crambus pinetellus Fig. 11, a, b. Pempelia semirubella Fig. 12, a–c. Myelophila cribrum Fig. 13. Galleria mellonella Fig. 14. Aglossa pinguinalis Fig. 15. Pyralis farinalis Fig. 16. Teras caudana Fig. 17. Lozotaenia sorbiana Fig. 18, a, b. Tortrix viridana A. Water Lily Nymphaea B. Viper’s Bugloss Echium vulgare C. Dog Rose Rosa canina D. Clover Trifolium E. Nettle Urtica dioica F.