. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. Butterflies -- North America. Noctuidae pulls his corn after the seed is hard and dry, but the "kitchen mechanic," who has to deal with green vegetables, often has light upon subjects which elude the observation of the grower. (4) Papaipema necopina Grote, Plate XXVI, Fig. 12, ?. The species occurs in the Middle States, and has been more frequently found in New York than elsewhere. {y) Papaipema cerussata Grote & Robinson, Plate XXVI, Fig. 10, ?. A pretty species, which occurs in New England

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. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. Butterflies -- North America. Noctuidae pulls his corn after the seed is hard and dry, but the "kitchen mechanic," who has to deal with green vegetables, often has light upon subjects which elude the observation of the grower. (4) Papaipema necopina Grote, Plate XXVI, Fig. 12, ?. The species occurs in the Middle States, and has been more frequently found in New York than elsewhere. {y) Papaipema cerussata Grote & Robinson, Plate XXVI, Fig. 10, ?. A pretty species, which occurs in New England
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. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. Butterflies -- North America. Noctuidae pulls his corn after the seed is hard and dry, but the "kitchen mechanic," who has to deal with green vegetables, often has light upon subjects which elude the observation of the grower. (4) Papaipema necopina Grote, Plate XXVI, Fig. 12, ?. The species occurs in the Middle States, and has been more frequently found in New York than elsewhere. {y) Papaipema cerussata Grote & Robinson, Plate XXVI, Fig. 10, ?. A pretty species, which occurs in New England and the Northern States as far west as Minnesota. (b) Papaipema cataphracta Grote, Plate XXVI, Fig. 6, $ . The species is found in the northern Atlantic States, and is not unusual in western Pennsylvania. (7) Papaipema marginidens Guenee, Plate XXVI, Fig. II, (5 . A rather scarce species, which has the same range as the preceding. (8) Papaipema furcata Smith, Plate XXVI, Fig. 14, $ . The specimen shown on the plate was taken in western Pennsylvania. Genus OCHRIA Hubner Dr. Dyar in his recent list refers to this genus the insect which was accorded the specific name sauzaelitae by Grote. We give a figure of the moth taken from a specimen in the American Museum of Natural History, for the skilful ,. , delineation of which we are indebted F1G.122.âOchriasauzcBhtce.\. , ^ -i /- c xt â ^^Tâ ^^^ to the facile lingers 01 Mrs. William Beutenmuller, one of the most accomplished delineators of insect life in America. Genus PYRRHIA Hubner (i) Pyrrhia umbra Hufnagel, Plate XXVI, Fig. 15, ?. This species, which occurs in Europe, ranges in North America from the Atlantic to the Rocky Mountains. Genus XANTHIA Hubner (i) Xanthia flavago Fabricius, Plate XXVI, Fig. 16, ^. Syn. togata Esper; silago Hubner. 214. 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 pe

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