By W. F. Kirby
The beautiful shades and shapes of butterflies — and their excellent spectrum of difficult markings — are rendered with extraordinary precision on sixty one full-color plates. Imaginations will take flight with butterflies and moths of each relatives, besides info of pupa, eyes, antennae, and the winged bugs' favourite plants.
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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. Oak Quercus robur Plate 60 TORTRICES—TINEAE—PTEROPHORI Fig. 1. Penthina salicella Fig. 2, a, b. Retinia resinella Fig.
Coenonympha iphis Fig. 7, a–c. Coenonympha arcania Fig. 8. Coenonympha pamphilus Fig. 9. Libythea celtis Fig. 10. Nemeobius lucina A, D. Wood Poa Poa glauca B, C. 1. Polyommatus euphemus Fig. 2, a, b. Polyommatus cyllarus Fig. 3. Polyommatus minima Fig. 4, a, b. Polyommatus argiolus Fig. 5. Polyommatus damon Fig. 6, a–c. Polyommatus corydon Fig. 7. Polyommatus bellargus Fig. 8, a–d. Polyommatus icarus Fig. 9. Polyommatus astrarche Fig. 10. Polyommatus argus Fig. 11. Polyommatus argiades Fig. 12.
Hadena strigilis Fig. 5. Dipterygia pinastri Fig. 6. Euplexia lucipara Fig. 7, a, b. Habryntis suta Fig. 8. Habryntis meticulosa Fig. 9. Rhizogramma detersa Fig. 10. Ercopus purpureofasciatus Fig. 11. Xylinia ornithopus Fig. 12, a, b. Calocampa exoleta Fig. 13. Xylomyges conspicillaris A. Sloe; Blackthorn Prunus spinosa B. Vetch Pisum arvense C. Grass D. Sweet Violet Viola odorata Plate 37 ORTHOSIDAE—CLEOPHANIDAE—CUCULLIDAE—HELIOTHIDAE—ANARTIDAE—ACONTIDAE Fig. 1. Scoliopteryx libatrix Fig. 2. Calophasia lunula Fig.