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angle of hind Antennae apex of fore ARGYNNIS Arizona basal base of wings black dots black spots blue bluish border of fore British America brownish Butterfly California cell of fore central cell Checker Colorado COPAEODES crescents crossing both wings Dark brown darker dash differs dusky edged end of cell end of central EUDAMUS Expands eye spots Female fore wings GENUS grayish greenish Habitat Hair-streak hind pair hind wings inner angle lower margin lower side LYCAENA male margin of fore marginal band markings middle of wing Montana Nevada Occurs in July Ontario orange spots outer border outer margin outer portion overwashed pale paler PAMPHILA Plate Quebec reddish orange row of spots Scud similar Skipper spot at end spots in apex spots on fore spots on hind spots repeated sub-marginal band sub-marginal row tails Texas THECLA upper border upper margin upper side veins white spots white-ringed whitish yellow spots yellowish
Page 200 - This species infests a great variety of plants, and is to be found throughout our country from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
Page i - He has evidently taken a great deal of pains in the execution of his task, and expended much labor upon the descriptions of over six hundred and thirty species of butterflies, and in the preparation of the illustrations, for " not only is a colored plate given of one species of nearly all the genera, but wood cuts are given of some portion of about two hundred and fifty species, illustrating some peculiar character by which the insect may be known ; both plates and wood cuts have, with a single exception,...
Page 142 - On hind wings, between bases of tails, is a black triangle, upon a large orange spot, and at the angle is a black spot surmounted by orange ; outer tail, white, inner, black, fringed with white.
Page i - Co., 1891. We are always glad to welcome the publication of a new book which is likely to render more easy, and consequently to popularize, the study of entomology. The author of the work before us has, no doubt, had this object in view when preparing this manual, in which are brought together " for the first time, descriptions of all the species of butterflies which occur in North America, North of Mexico.