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. Birds of other lands, reptiles, fishes, jointed animals and lower forms; . ;R0ESUS BIRD-WINGED BUTTERFLY. FEMALE.Molucca. SCALE-WINGED INSECTS 321 The Imperial Moth, a handsome NorthAmerican moth belonging to a family allied tothe emperor-moths, is represented below. The Eggars form another allied family,also with tufted caterpillars, but with thecentral eye of the wings absent, or reducedto a small black spot. A set of remarkablephotographs, representing the eggs, cater-pillars, cocoons and sections of cocoons, andthe moths of a large and handsome species— the CVPRESS-MOTH of Smyrna — appea

. Birds of other lands, reptiles, fishes, jointed animals and lower forms; . ;R0ESUS BIRD-WINGED BUTTERFLY. FEMALE.Molucca. SCALE-WINGED INSECTS 321 The Imperial Moth, a handsome NorthAmerican moth belonging to a family allied tothe emperor-moths, is represented below. The Eggars form another allied family,also with tufted caterpillars, but with thecentral eye of the wings absent, or reducedto a small black spot. A set of remarkablephotographs, representing the eggs, cater-pillars, cocoons and sections of cocoons, andthe moths of a large and handsome species— the CVPRESS-MOTH of Smyrna — appea Stock Photo
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. Birds of other lands, reptiles, fishes, jointed animals and lower forms; . ;R0ESUS BIRD-WINGED BUTTERFLY. FEMALE.Molucca. SCALE-WINGED INSECTS 321 The Imperial Moth, a handsome NorthAmerican moth belonging to a family allied tothe emperor-moths, is represented below. The Eggars form another allied family,also with tufted caterpillars, but with thecentral eye of the wings absent, or reducedto a small black spot. A set of remarkablephotographs, representing the eggs, cater-pillars, cocoons and sections of cocoons, andthe moths of a large and handsome species— the CVPRESS-MOTH of Smyrna — appearson pages 720 and 721, We have receivedthe following account of their habits fromMr. IMavroyeni, to whom we are indebtedfor the photographs: I the month of.

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