Alamy logo

. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. With 48 plates in color-photography, reproductions of butterflies in the author's collection, and many text illustrations presenting most of the species found in the United States. Butterflies -- North America. Genus Anartia (j) Junonia genoveva, Cramer, Plate XX, Fig. 9, <3 (Geno- vcva). Butterfly.— Much darker above than either of the two pre- ceding species. The transverse subapical band is pale yellow, atmost white; the ocelli of the wings are more as in lavinia than z ccenia. Expanse, about 2.00

. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. With 48 plates in color-photography, reproductions of butterflies in the author's collection, and many text illustrations presenting most of the species found in the United States. Butterflies -- North America. Genus Anartia (j) Junonia genoveva, Cramer, Plate XX, Fig. 9, <3 (Geno- vcva). Butterfly.— Much darker above than either of the two pre- ceding species. The transverse subapical band is pale yellow, atmost white; the ocelli of the wings are more as in lavinia than z ccenia. Expanse, about 2.00 Stock Photo
Preview

Image details

Contributor:

Book Worm / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

RG5F7C

File size:

7.2 MB (190.9 KB Compressed download)

Releases:

Model - no | Property - noDo I need a release?

Dimensions:

1162 x 2151 px | 19.7 x 36.4 cm | 7.7 x 14.3 inches | 150dpi

More information:

This image is a public domain image, which means either that copyright has expired in the image or the copyright holder has waived their copyright. Alamy charges you a fee for access to the high resolution copy of the image.

This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

. The butterfly book; a popular guide to a knowledge of the butterflies of North America. With 48 plates in color-photography, reproductions of butterflies in the author's collection, and many text illustrations presenting most of the species found in the United States. Butterflies -- North America. Genus Anartia (j) Junonia genoveva, Cramer, Plate XX, Fig. 9, <3 (Geno- vcva). Butterfly.— Much darker above than either of the two pre- ceding species. The transverse subapical band is pale yellow, atmost white; the ocelli of the wings are more as in lavinia than z ccenia. Expanse, about 2.00 inches. This form, if found at all in our fauna, is confined to the ex- treme South. I have seen and possess some specimens reputed to have come from Texas. The specimen figured in the plate was taken in Jamaica, where this form is prevalent. Genus ANARTIA, Doubleday Butterfly.—The head is small; the eyes are round and promi- nent; the tongue is long; the antennse are relatively long, having the club short, compressed, and pointed. The palpi have the second joint thick, the third joint gradually taper- ing and lightly clothed with scales. The fore wings are rounded at the apex, and have the outer and inner margins somewhat excavated. The outer margin of the hind wings is sinuous, produced at the end of the third median nervule. The cell of the hind wing is open. The sub- costal nervules in the fore wing are remarkable because of the tendency of the first and second to fuse with the costal vein. The prothoracic feet of the Fig. 99.—Neu- male are small and weak; of the female, stronger. ration of the genus ~ , ~, ~, e • i Anartia. Early Stages.— These, so far as is known to the writer, await description. There are four species belonging to this genus, only one of which is found within the limits of the United States. The others are found in Central and South America. (1) Anartia jatrophse, Linnaeus, Plate XX, Fig. 13, 6 (The White Peacock). Butterfly.—There can be no

Save up to 30% with our image packs

Pre-pay for multiple images and download on demand.

View discounts