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Acrida Viridissima, Acrida verrucivora, Pterophylla ocellata.
SOLD Tarantism, considered a form of possession from the spider’s bite, was believed to be cured with music and dancing.
Ruderal (1. Bombus Harrisellus), Northern European (2. Bombus Lapponicus), Knapweed caper (3. Bombus sylvarum) and European honeybee (4. Apis mellifica)
Ctenophora flabellata Asilus crabroniformis, laphria gigas, mallephore infernnalis and Midas giganteus with segment details.
Sarpedon Butterfly: Chlorisses Sarpedon from Nepal.
D’Urville’s Birdwing Butterfly: Ornithoptera urvilliana.
Moths & Green Caterpillars: Dedicated to the Duchess of Richmond: Plate XX.
Large shaggy (1. Panurgus Banksianus), Long horned (2. Eucera longicornis), and Potter flower (3. Anthophora retusa).
Greater Cockroach brought by Catesby from the Carolinas and a Cricket from Barbary.
Cuckoo (1. Apathus rupestris) and (2. Apathus campestris), European (3. Bombus fragrans) and Broken-belted (4. Bombus Sorensis).
Ten varieties: Central orange species. Plate 18.
Dedicated to John Ward of St. Clements Danes London, Esqr.
Butterfly: Arpidea Chorinaea with Caterpillar and Chrysalis.
Privet Hawk Moth, phynx ligustrtri populi and a Privet branch, ligustrum vulgare.