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" Amid the tribes of insects so particularly influenced by seasons, there are a few, which appear little affected by common events; the brown meadow butterfly (papilio janira), so well known to every one, I have never missed in any year; and in those damp... "
The Naturalist's Library - Page 197
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The Journal of a Naturalist

John Leonard Knapp - Natural history - 1829 - 403 pages
...a few, which appear little affected by common events; the brown meadow butterfly (papilio janira), so well known to every one, I have never missed in...about the sapless foliage. In that arid summer of 1826, the abundance of these creatures, and of the lady-bird (coccinella septem punctata), was so obvious,...
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The Journal of a Naturalist

John Leonard Knapp - Natural history - 1831 - 286 pages
...are a few which appear little affected by common events; the brown meadow butterfly (papilio janira), so well known to every one, I have never missed in...about the sapless foliage. In that arid summer of 1826, the abundance of these creatures, and of the lady -bird 200 THE MOTH, AND THE (coccinella septem...
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Treasury of Natural History; Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature ...

Samuel Maunder - Zoology - 1848 - 812 pages
...white cabbage butterfly is scarcely to be found, thia creature may be seen In every transient elcu-m, drying its wings, and tripping from flower to flower with animation and life, nearly the sol« poeeeasor of the field and Its sweets. Dry and exhausting a« the summer may be, yet thie dusky...
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Episodes of insect life. By Acheta Domestica

L M. Budgen - 1850
...the most indifferent to weather. On the most damp and cheerless of summer days, it is seen, he says, in every transient gleam, drying its wings and tripping from flower to flower, left seemingly the sole possessor of their sweets. This, as well as the rest of its genus, comprising,...
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Country Rambles in England: Or, Journal of a Naturalist

John Leonard Knapp, Susan Fenimore Cooper - Natural history - 1853 - 336 pages
...a few which appear little affected by common events ; the brown meadow butterfly (papilio janira), so well known to every one, I have never missed in...about the sapless foliage. In that arid summer of 1826, the abundance of these creatures, and of the lady-bird 200 THE MOTH, AND THE (coccinella septcm...
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British Butterflies

James Duncan, Georges baron Cuvier - Butterflies - 1860 - 247 pages
...creature may be seen in every transient gleam, drying its wings, and tripping from flower to Sower, with animation and life, nearly the sole possessor...profusion hovering about the sapless foliage. In that arid mmmer of 1826, the abundance of these creatures was so obvious as to be remarked by very indifferent...
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