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Iliades agenor and Parides oeneas.
Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly, underside, caterpillar and chrysalis (1-4) and the Comma Butterfly underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (5-8).
Colias rhamni with two varieties of Eurymus hyale.
Great Morman Butterfly with caterpillar: Papilio Memnon from India.
Caterpillar on the African Marigold with chrysalis and moths.
Bees: Large shaggy (1. Panurgus Banksianus), Long horned (2. Eucera longicornis), and Potter flower (3. Anthophora retusa).
Brazilian Swallow-tail Butterfly with caterpillar: Protesilaus Leilus.
Locusts (Gryllus): G. foliaceus, Acrydium, G bipunctatus, G fabulatus, G. opacus. Engraved by John Pass.
Butterflies: Monarch (Danais archippus), Red Cracker (Peridromia amphinome) and Longwing (Heliconius doris).
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.
Caterpillars on the Woody Nightshade and the Larkspur with chrysalises, flies and moths.
Privet Hawk Moth, phynx ligustrtri populi and a Privet branch, ligustrum vulgare.
Red Underwing on a Willow with chrysalis and moths.
Two coloured Mason (1. Osmia bicolor), Leaf cutter (2. Anthocopa) and Lesser Mason (3.Osmia leucomelana).
Cracker Butterflies: Blue cracker (Peridromia arethusa) and Red cracker (Peridromia amphinome).
Killima huttoni, Neptis nicomedes and Thaleropus ionia.
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.
Cramer’s Rhetus: Two views. Rhetus Cramerii from Bahia.
Donovan’s Bumblebee (Bombus Donovellus) and the Valparaiso Bumblebee (Bombus Grandis).