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This is an original 1882 hand-colored lithograph by English entomologist William Forsell Kirby (1844-1912), of several species of moths from the Noctuae family, including; the Anthoecia cardui, (Fig. 1), the Apamea zeta, (Fig. 2), the Heliodes theophila, (Fig. 3), the Hadena sommeri, (Fig. 4), the Omia cymbalariae, (Fig. 5), the Beautiful Yellow Underwing, Anarta myrtilli, (Fig. 6), the Eurhipia adulatrix, (Fig. 7, a-b), the Xanthodes malvae, (Fig. 8), the Yellow Drab, Pardoxia graellsii, (Fig. 9, a-b), and another of the Apamea zeta, (Fig. 10).
This 131+ year old Item is rated Very Fine ++. Moderate aging in margins. Light wrinkling.
Period Paper is proud to present a rare collection of hand-colored lithographs from 1882 by English entomologist, William Forsell Kirby (1844-1912), that depict numerous species of caterpillars, butterflies, and moths from the Lepidoptera order of insects. To continue browsing this unique collection, simply click on the link provided beneath the condition paragraph. Enjoy!
This piece was illustrated by Kirby, William Forsell. There is no visible artist signature.
Keywords specific to this image: Bugs, Animals, Wildlife, Nature, Entomology, Caterpillar