By W. F. Kirby
The beautiful colorations and shapes of butterflies — and their excellent spectrum of elaborate markings — are rendered with great precision on sixty one full-color plates. Imaginations will take flight with butterflies and moths of each kin, besides info of pupa, eyes, antennae, and the winged bugs' favourite vegetation.
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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. 3, a–c. Cucullia verbasci Fig. 4. Cucullia umbratica Fig. 5, a, b. Cucullia lactucae Fig.
7, a, b. Catocala paranympha Fig. 8. Brephos parthenias A. Oak Quercus pedunculata B. Osier Salix viminalis C. Sloe; Blackthorn Prunus spinosa Plate 40 NOCTUOPHALAENIDAE—DELTOIDAE—CHLOEPHORIDAE Fig. 1. Erastria deceptoria Fig. 2. Erastria fasciana Fig. 3, a, b. Emmelia trabealis Fig. 4. Trothisa respersa Fig. 5. Trothisa rosea Fig. 6. Trothisa purpurina Fig. 7. Herminia tentacularia Fig. 8. Herminia derivalis Fig. 9, a–d. Halias prasinana Fig. 10, a–d. Chloephora bicolorana A. Beech Fagus sylvatica B.
Grass D. Sweet Violet Viola odorata Plate 37 ORTHOSIDAE—CLEOPHANIDAE—CUCULLIDAE—HELIOTHIDAE—ANARTIDAE—ACONTIDAE Fig. 1. Scoliopteryx libatrix Fig. 2. Calophasia lunula Fig. 3, a–c. Cucullia verbasci Fig. 4. Cucullia umbratica Fig. 5, a, b. Cucullia lactucae Fig. 6, a–c. Cucullia argentea Fig. 7. Heliothis dipsacea Fig. 8. Chariclea delphinii Fig. 9. Heliaca tenebrata Fig. 10. Abrostola triplasia Fig. 11. Acontia luctuosa A. Lettuce Lactuca sativa B. Mullein Verbascum thapsus C. Field Southernwood Artemisia campestris Plate 38 PLUSIDAE—OPHIUSIDAE—TOXOCAMPIDAE Fig.