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caterpillars of British moths, including the eggs, chrysalids and food-plants.

W. J. Stokoe

caterpillars of British moths, including the eggs, chrysalids and food-plants.

Based upon The moths of the British Isles by Richard South.

by W. J. Stokoe

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Published by F. Warne in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moths -- Great Britain,
  • Caterpillars

  • Edition Notes

    StatementComp. and arr. by W. Stokoe. Ed. and with special articles by G. H. T. Stovin.
    SeriesThe Wayside and woodland series, Wayside and woodland series
    ContributionsStovin, G. H. T., South, Richard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL555.G7 S752
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17042932M
    LC Control Number49005410
    OCLC/WorldCa13493094

    The Moths of the British Isles - Second Series Comprising The Families Lasiocampidae, Arctiidae, Geometridae, Cossidae, Limacodidae, Zygaenidae, Sesiidae and Hepialidae - With Coloured Figures and Drawings of Early Stages gilt decoration and titles. Includes drawings of eggs, catepillars, chrysalids and food plants. Condition: A sound. The Graylings and the Fritillaries are typical examples of butterflies which hibernate as newly hatched larvae. The eggs are laid in autumn upon or near the food plants and the caterpillars gnaw their way out of the shells and seek seclusion at once, finding such shelter as .

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Dragonflies.. London. Collins, ISBN First Naturalist Library No Illustrated throughout with colour photos_with distribution maps. pp xvi H.

    Eggs, larvae, and pupae occur in nearly all terrestrial habitats, where they often are found on or near their food plants. Larvae of a few species of moths are associated with aquatic plants in freshwater streams and ponds, and a few others (some species of Lycaenidae) live in ant nests. Their entire life history can be watched including the change from caterpillar to chrysalis and the emergence of the butterfly from the chrysalis. The eggs for hatching may be obtained in two ways. Sometimes they are found by searching the food plants of the caterpillars at the correct time of year.


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The specimens of this white moth, depicted on Pl are of the form usually met with in Haworth, Stephens, and other early entomologists this was known by the English name of the "Water Ermine" (S.

papyrata, Marsham), whilst a rarer form—with a minute dot on the disc of the fore wings, and three dusky spots on the hind wings, as in the White Ermine—was the "Dingy White" of. The four specimens shown on Plate 3 represent the more or less ordinary form of this moth.

The pale pinkish grey, or reddish brown, fore wings are sometimes tinged with greenish in the paler forms; the irregular shaped band crossing the [ 18] central area of the wings is olive green, usually dark, and generally edged with whitish.

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