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Butterflies, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Ermine Moth Print

Butterflies, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Butterflies, left: Pine looper moth (Bupalus piniaria, or Fidonia piniaria) with caterpillar; Western larch case-bearer (Coleophora laricella) with eaten needle points of a larch; Evergestis extimalis (or Botys margaritalis) with caterpillar; Pine shoot moth (Rhyacionia buoliana, or Tortrix bouoliana) with caterpillar and pupa in a cutted twig; Pine resin-gall moth (Retinia resinella, orTortrix resinella) with bile and pupae capsule; Middle: White-spotted pinion (Cosmia diffinis); Pine beauty (Panolis flammea, or Trachea piniperda) with caterpillar; Mottled umber (Erannis defoliaria, or Hibernia defoliaria), male (1), female (2), caterpillar (3); Dotted border (Agriopis marginaria, or Hibernia aurantiaria), male (4), female (5); Winter moth (Operophtera brumata, or Laurentia brumata), male (6), female (7), caterpillar (8); Apple ermine (Yponomeuta malinellus, or Hyponomeuta malinella) cocoon with caterpillar and moth. Right: Peppered moth (Biston betularia, or Amphidasys betularia); Pupa and caterpillar of the Peppered moth; Rustic shoulder-knot (Apamea sordens, or Hadena basilinea) and caterpillar; Red underwing (Catocala nupta) and caterpillar. Chromolithograph, published in 1897

White Ermine MOTH - showing feathered antenna or combs Featured Ermine Moth Print

White Ermine MOTH - showing feathered antenna or combs

JLM-9108
White Ermine MOTH - showing feathered antenna or combs
Distribution: All of Europe. Common in UK
Spilosoma lubricipeda
John Mason
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