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Caterpillars on the Woody Nightshade and the Larkspur with chrysalises, flies and moths.
Scarlet Tiger Moth, pahlaena dominula and Hound’s Tongue, cynoglossum officinale.
Marsh Ringlet Butterfly, underside (1-3), Small Heath Butterfly underside, caterpillar (4-5) and the White Admiral Butterfly underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (6-9).
Killima huttoni, Neptis nicomedes and Thaleropus ionia.
Unicorn or Bindweed Hawk Moth, sphynx tillae and the Guernsey Lily, amarylis sarniensi.
Dragonflies: Mooland Hawker dragonfly Aeschna juncea. Male and female.
Papilio Harrisianus from Brazil, two views. Named after Moses Harris.
Great Tortoise Shell Butterfly, papilia chloros and an Elm branch, ulmus campestris.
Spilosoma acrea and Arctia Oculatissima. With chrysalis and caterpillar.
Pieris nigrina from Australia.
Clouded Yellow Butterfly, female, underside, a variety of, caterpillar and chrysalis (1-6) and the Pale Clouded Yellow Butterfly, female and caterpillar. (7-9).
Great Morman Butterfly with caterpillar: Papilio Memnon from India.
Greater Cockroach brought by Catesby from the Carolinas and a Cricket from Barbary.
Cramer’s Rhetus: Two views. Rhetus Cramerii from Bahia.
Peacock Pansy, Wood Nymph, Colour Sergeant, and the Cardinal butterfly: Junonia almana, Ideopsis juventa, Limenitis Jadera and Argynnnis Pandora.
Bees: Orange tailed Bumblebee (Bombus lapidarius) and a Cander Bumblebee (Bombus muscorium).
Bees: Humble bee (Bumblebee): Bombus terrestris.
Moth, phalaena monacha and the Apple Tree, pyrus malus.
On the White-thorn Tree and the Gooseberry bush with chrysalis and moths.
Caterpillars on an Oak Tree and another on the Wild Rose with chrysalises and moths.
Emerald spreadwing; Lestes dryas, and Comman spreadwing; Lestes sponsa.
Emperor Moth, phalena pavonia and a White fruit Bramble branch, rubus fruticosa.
Bumblebees: Ruderal (1. Bombus Harrisellus), Northern European (2. Bombus Lapponicus), Knapweed caper (3. Bombus sylvarum) and European honeybee (4. Apis mellifica)
Small Cabbage White Butterfly, female, underside, caterpillar and chrysalis (1-5) and the Green veined White Butterfly, female, underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (6-10).
Yellow under-wing White Butterfly; Pieris (Melete) Limnobia from Rio de Janeiro.
Peacock Butterfly, underside, caterpillar and chrysalis (1-4) and the Camberwell Beauty Butterfly, underside and caterpillar. (5-7).
Red Underwing on a Willow with chrysalis and moths.
Grasshopper, Locust and Lucifer bug:Truxalis miniata, Acridium moetum and Tetrix lucifer with segment details.
Leilus Occidentalis from Jamaica.
Ctenophora flabellata Asilus crabroniformis, laphria gigas, mallephore infernnalis and Midas giganteus with segment details.
Madagascan Sunset Moth: Urania Riphaeus.
Callidryas Eubule andTerias Mexicana.
Locusts (Gryllus): G. foliaceus, Acrydium, G bipunctatus, G fabulatus, G. opacus. Engraved by John Pass.
Colias rhamni with two varieties of Eurymus hyale.
Olive shade Moth, spynx tilliae and a small leaved lime tree branch, tiliae europaea.
Golden ringed Dragonfly, Cordulegaster annulatus. Male and female.
Tarantula (Arachne): Faciata (Barbary) Spider in its web with young and insects. Engraved by John Pass.
Red Damselfy; Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Small Red Damselfly; Pyrrhosoma tenellum.
Cynthia juliana, Anaartia amalthea and Junonia orthosia butterflies.
Sphaenogena mexicana and Calldrayas.
Iliades agenor and Parides oeneas.
Giant butterfly moth, Papua day-flying night moth, and Joseph’s Coat moth. Castinia Japyx, Cocytia durvillii and Agarista agricola.Castinia Japyx, Cocytia durvillii and Agarista agricola.
Earwig; Madiera roach and Praying Mantis; Foricula biguttata, Blatta maderae, Mantis oratoria with segment details.
Bees: Large shaggy (1. Panurgus Banksianus), Long horned (2. Eucera longicornis), and Potter flower (3. Anthophora retusa).
Caterpillar on the African Marigold with chrysalis and moths.
Damselflies: Scarce blue tail Ischnura pumilio and and common blue tail Ischnura elegans
Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly, underside, caterpillar and chrysalis (1-4) and the Comma Butterfly underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (5-8).
Arpidea Chorinaea. Butterfly with Caterpiller and Crysalis.
Argynnis aglaia and Breathis euphrosyne. Two examples of each.
Brazilian Swallow-tail Butterfly with caterpillar: Protesilaus Leilus.
Large Blue Butterfly, female, underside (1-3) and the Chalkhill Blue Butterfly underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (5-8).
Brimstone Butterfly, papilia rhamn and a Buckthorn branch, rhamnus catharticus.
Insects (Entymology): Orders of Linneas. The Coleopterous male 1, femaile 2, Hemipterous male 3, female 4, with egs and larvae, Lepidopterous 5, 6, eggs 7-9, Neuropterous male 10, female 11, Hymenopterous male12 female 13, Dipterous male 14 , female 15 Apterous female 16, male 17, Engraved by John Pass.
Privet Hawk Moth, phynx ligustrtri populi and a Privet branch, ligustrum vulgare.