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By W. F. Kirby

The beautiful colours and shapes of butterflies — and their wonderful spectrum of elaborate markings — are rendered with very good precision on sixty one full-color plates. Imaginations will take flight with butterflies and moths of each relatives, in addition to info of pupa, eyes, antennae, and the winged bugs' favourite flowers.

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5, a–c. Triphaena pronuba Fig. 6. Hiria linogrisea A. Oxlip Primula officinalis B. Cuckoo-Pint Arum maculatum C. Red Lamium Lamium purpureum Plate 34 AGROTIDAE—HADENIDAE Fig. 1. Agrotis festiva Fig. 2. -nigrum Fig. 3. Agrotis sigma Fig. 4, a, b. Agrotis plecta Fig. 5. Agrotis putris Fig. 6. Agrotis praecox Fig. 7. Agrotis segetum Fig. 8, a, b. Mamestra persicariae Fig. 9, a, b. Mamestra brassicae Fig. 10. Mamestra nebulosa Fig. 11. Mamestra tincta Fig. 12, a, b. Mamestra leucophaea A. Wild Cabbage Brassica oleracea B.

Pieretes matronula Nemeophila russula Fig. 5, a–c. Nemeophila plantaginis Fig. 6, a–c. Arctia caja Fig. 7. Arctia villica Fig. 8, a, b. Arctia purpurea Fig. 9. Arctia hebe Fig. 10. Spilosoma menthastri A. Ribwort Plantain Plantago lanceolata B. Bramble Rubus polymorphus C. Ground Ivy Glechoma hederacea Plate 1 PAPILIONIDAE Fig. 1, a–d. Papilio podalirius Fig. 2. Papilio alexanor Fig. 3, a–d. Papilio machaon Fig. 4. Thais hypermnestra Fig. 5. Thais rumina Fig. 6. Doritis apollinus A. Blackthorn Prunus spinosa B.

12. Arsilonche albovenosa A. Black Poplar Populus nigra B. Pancratium maritimum Plate 53 NOCTUAE Fig. 1. Dianthoecia capsophila Fig. 2. Polyphaenis sericata Fig. 3. Cleophana anarrhini Fig. 4. Miselia bimaculosa Fig. 5. Jaspidea celsia Fig. 6. Dianthoecia caesia Fig. 7. Oncocnemis confusa Fig. 8. Dianthoecia luteago Fig. 9. Hiptelia ochreago Fig. 10. Prodenia littoralis Fig. 11. Valeria jaspidea Fig. 12, a, b. Ulochlaena hirta A. Grass Plate 54 NOCTUAE Fig. 1. Anthoecia cardui Fig. 2. Hadena exulis, variety Assimilis Fig.

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