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Dragonflies: Brown Hawker (Aeshna grundis) and Silver lacewing (Stilbopteryx costalis).
Red Damselfy; Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Small Red Damselfly; Pyrrhosoma tenellum.
Spilosoma acrea and Arctia Oculatissima. With chrysalis and caterpillar.
Moth, phalaena monacha and the Apple Tree, pyrus malus.
Large Blue Butterfly, female, underside (1-3) and the Chalkhill Blue Butterfly underside, caterpillar and chrysalis. (5-8).
Golden ringed Dragonfly, Cordulegaster annulatus. Male and female.
Swallowtail Butterflies: Zebra (Papilio Protesilaus) and Peacock (Papilio Sinon).
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).
Striped Blue Crow (Euploea linniace) and Monarch (Euploea fexinne).
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.
Tarantula (Arachne): Faciata (Barbary) Spider in its web with young and insects. Engraved by John Pass.
Two coloured Mason (1. Osmia bicolor), Leaf cutter (2. Anthocopa) and Lesser Mason (3.Osmia leucomelana).
Earwig; Madiera roach and Praying Mantis; Foricula biguttata, Blatta maderae, Mantis oratoria with segment details.
Caterpillars on an Oak Tree and another on the Wild Rose with chrysalises and moths.
Yellow under-wing White Butterfly; Pieris (Melete) Limnobia from Rio de Janeiro.
Arpidea Chorinaea. Butterfly with Caterpiller and Crysalis.
Dragonflies: Bar winged skimmer (Libellula axilena) and Twelve spotted skimmer (Libellula pulchella).
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.
Grasshopper, Locust and Lucifer bug:Truxalis miniata, Acridium moetum and Tetrix lucifer with segment details.