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An Illustrated Natural History of British Butterflies - Primary Source Edition
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abundant anal angle anal extremity antennae appearance Appearance.—The caterpillar August band Birchall black spots blotch body Bond bristles brood Buckinghamshire Buckler Burghfield butterfly Cambridgeshire captured Castle Eden Dene cater caterpillar chrysalis claspers common costal margin Dale dark brown darker dorsal dorsal surface dots eggs are laid emits Entomologist feed female food-plant fore wings Fritillary full fed full-fed fulvous Glamorganshire Gloucestershire grass gray green hairs head Herefordshire hind margin hind wings History.—The eggs Huntingdonshire hybernate insect Ireland Isle July June keel leaf legs Lepidoptera Lincolnshire localities male markings medio-dorsal stripe Medon middle narrow nearly Newman Northamptonshire oblique observed occurs pale paler perfect insect Perthshire pillar plants points round scalloped Scotland second segment seen silken skin slender slightly species spines spiracles spots parallel tail taken thorax transverse upper side variety ventral surface Viola canina warts whitish wing-cases wing-rays winter Wood Worcestershire yellow young caterpillars