. The butterflies of the eastern United States. For the use of classes in zoology and private students. Butterflies; Butterflies. EASTERN UNITED STATES. Ql markings. Head above pinkish brown. In about seven days it changes to a chrysalis. This is 1.4 inches Jong; cylindrical, thickest at the fifth and sixth segments, and tapering rap- FlQ- 19. idly to the last; shaped as in Fig. 19. Color variable. Some examples light or wood-brown striped with dark brown; others very dark, either brown or blackish; some with a few broken stripes of green. â . Papilio Turnus, pupa. lire larvse feed on a great

. The butterflies of the eastern United States. For the use of classes in zoology and private students. Butterflies; Butterflies. EASTERN UNITED STATES. Ql markings. Head above pinkish brown. In about seven days it changes to a chrysalis. This is 1.4 inches Jong; cylindrical, thickest at the fifth and sixth segments, and tapering rap- FlQ- 19. idly to the last; shaped as in Fig. 19. Color variable. Some examples light or wood-brown striped with dark brown; others very dark, either brown or blackish; some with a few broken stripes of green. â . Papilio Turnus, pupa. lire larvse feed on a great Stock Photo
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. The butterflies of the eastern United States. For the use of classes in zoology and private students. Butterflies; Butterflies. EASTERN UNITED STATES. Ql markings. Head above pinkish brown. In about seven days it changes to a chrysalis. This is 1.4 inches Jong; cylindrical, thickest at the fifth and sixth segments, and tapering rap- FlQ- 19. idly to the last; shaped as in Fig. 19. Color variable. Some examples light or wood-brown striped with dark brown; others very dark, either brown or blackish; some with a few broken stripes of green. â . Papilio Turnus, pupa. lire larvse feed on a great variety of trees,âapple, quince, thorn, plum, cherry, birch, bass- wood, ash, alder, oak, sassafras, catalpa, willow, and tulip- tree being given. The eggs are deposited singly on the leaves, and hatch in a little less than two weeks. The mature larvae rest on the upper side of the leaf, covering it with silk and curving it up so as partially to enclose itself. Atlantic States; Mississippi Valley to Texas. 7. Papilio Cresphontes, Cram. Expanse of wings from 4 to 5.25 inches. Wings above olive-black, crossed by two rows of prom- inent yellow spots. One row begins at the apex of the fore wings and extends across the hind wings near the base, the part on the hind wings being a band reaching from costa to inner margin. The second row begins on the costa above the end of the cell, extends outward till it meets the first row, the third spots of each row coa- lescing ; opposite the sixth spot of the first row it is re- newed, and extends in three spots to the posterior angle. From the apex of the hind wings it is continued to th<» 9*. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. French, G. H. (George Hazen), 1841-1935. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company

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