British butterflies, 1897

British butterflies, 1897

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Caption: British butterflies, historical illustration, The butterflies here are: 1. Marsh ringlet (Caenonympha typhon), 2. Small heath (Caenonympha pamphilus), 3. Brown hairstreak (Thecla betulae), 4. White-letter hairstreak (Thecla W-album), 5. Dark hairstreak (Thecla pruni), 6. Purple hairstreak (Thecla quercus), 7. Green hairstreak (Thecla rubi), 8. Large copper (Polyommatus dispar), 9. Small copper (Polyommatus phlaeas), 10. Tailed blue (Lycaena baetica), 11. Silver- studded blue (Lycaena aegon, male) and 12.,female. 13. and 14., Brown argus (Lycaena astrarche), 15. Common blue (Lycaena bellargus, male) and 16., female, 17. Clifden blue (Lycaena bellargus, male) and 18., female. Taken from: British Butterflies and Moths by William Furneaux, which was published in 1897.

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