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EUROPEAN BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS 1889

SIXTY-ONE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH IMAGES ON COMPACT DISC.
BASED UPON BERGE'S SCHMETTERLINGSBUCH.
By W. F. KIRBY, Assistant in the zoological department, British Museum; and fellow of the Entomological Society of London

 
CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED:
LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK & MELBOURNE. .
ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTY- ONE LIFE-LIKE COLOURED PLATES

 

This CD disc presents 61 high resolution digital BMP images from the 1889 edition of EUROPEAN BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS .These images can be imported to Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, PaintShop Pro, Adobe PhotoDelux, PrintMaster and other popular painting and drawing programs and printed on quality inkjet paper producing stunning results suitable for framing. Or for designing your own greeting cards, posters, brochures and calendars.

This CD contains the entire collection of original images as well as a set which has been digitally enhanced in the transfer to CD as in the scan below. These web images are electronically watermarked, the CD images are not.

 


These images are of particular interest as an Entomology study of Lepidoptera as well as Botanical art. The 61 handsome superb chromolithographs are becoming increasingly rare, since they are a favorite among interior designers and print galleries. .

 

INDEX TO IMAGES


  1. IDETAILS OF THE PERFECT INSECT<>
  2. PAPILIONIDAE<>A. Blackthorn B. Caraway
  3. PAPILIONIDAE<>A. Orphone B. Musk Thistle
  4. PIERIDAE<>A. Trefoil B. Rape C. Hawthorn
  5. PIERIDAE<>A. Sainfoin B. - C.Purple Clover
  6. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Birch B. Stinging Nettle
  7. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Spear Thistle B. Stinging Nettle
  8. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Heath B. Germander Speedwell C. Wild Heart's-ease D. Scabious
  9. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Wild Heart's-ease B. Viola Tricolor
  10. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Perfoliate Honeysuckle B. Common Honeysuckle
  11. NYMPHALIDAE<>A. Aspen B. Sallow
  12. SATYRIDAE<>A. Barren Brome
  13. SATYRIDAE - LIBYTHEIDAE- ERYCINIDAE<>A,D Wood Poa B,C Crested Dog's-tail Grass
  14. LYCAENIDAE<>A. Coronilla Varia B. Restharrow C.Whin
  15. LYCAENIDAE - HESPERIIDAE<>A. Sheep's Sorrel B. Blackthorn C. Golden Rod D. Dwarf Mallow
  16. SPHINGIDAE<>A.Woody Nightshade B. Yellow Bedstraw C. Rose-bay Willow -herb
  17. SPHINGIDAE<>A. Pine B. Privet C. Small Bindweed
  18. SPHINGIDAE<>A. Oleander B. White Bedstraw C. Leafy-branched Spurge
  19. SPHINGIDAE<>A. Apple B. Poplar C. Lime-tree
  20. SPHINGIDAE - THYRIDIDAE-SESIIDAE<>A. Red Currant B. Common Honeysuckle C. Goosegrass
  21. ZYGAENIDAE-SYNTOMIDAE<>A. Common Bird's-foot Trefoil B. Mountain Trefoil C.Bush Vetch D. Globularia Vulgaris
  22. LITHOSIIDAE-ARCTIIDAE<>A. Lichen B. Lichen C. Gromwell D. Ragwort E. Forget-me-not
  23. ARCTIIDAE<>A. Ribwort Plantain B. Bramble C.Ground Ivy
  24. LIPARIDAE-NOTODONTIDAE<>A.Ling;Heather B. Pine C. Lucerne D. Oak
  25. LIPARIDAE-BOMBYCOIDAE<>A. Five-stamened Willow B. Dog Rose C. Hornbeam
  26. COSSIDAE-COCHLIOPODIDAE-HEPIALIDAE-PSYCHIDAE<>A. Dandelion B. Sallow C. Apple
  27. SATURNIIDAE<>A. Pear B. Birch C. Dog Rose
  28. LASIOCAMPIDAE<>A. Leafy-branched Spurge B. Plum C. Scotch Fir
  29. LASIOCAMPIDAE<>A. Sole; Blackthorn B. Rasberry C. Oak
  30. DREPANULIDAE-NOTODONTIDAE<>A. Oak B. Osier C. Hornbeam
  31. INOTODONTIDAE<>A. Willow B. Birch C.Apple
  32. CYMATOPHORIDAE-ACRONYCTIDAE<>A.Bramble B. Aspen C. Birch D. Oak
  33. BOMBYCOIDAE-ACRONYCTIDAE-ORTHOSIIDAE<>A. Oak B. Broom C. Scotch Fir
  34. ORTHOSIIDAE<>A. Red-berried Elder B. Grass C. Wild Strawberry D. Oak
  35. VAGROTIDAE<>A. Oxlip B. Cuckoo-Plant C. Red Lamium
  36. VIAGROTIDAE-HADENIDAE<>A. Wild Cabbage B. Wild Chicory C. Common Rose Persicaria
  37. ORTHOSIIDAE-HADENIDAE<>A.Meadow Vetchling B. Wild Carnation C. Lettuce D. Bladder Campion E. Oak
  38. HADENIDAE-XYLINIDAE<>A. Sloe; Blackthorn B. Vetch C. Grass D. Sweet Violet
  39. ORTHOSIIDAE-CLEOPHANIDAE-CUCULLIIDAE-HELIOTHIDAE-ANARTIDAE-ACONTIIDAE<>A. Lettuce B. Mullein C. Field Southernwood
  40. PLUSIIDAE-OPHIUSIDAE-TOXOCAMPIDAE<>A. Tufted Vetch B. Yellow Lamium C. Oak
  41. HADENIDAE-OPHIUSIDAE-BREPHIDAE<>A. Oak B.Osier C.Sloe; Blackthorn
  42. NOCTUOPHALAENIDAE-DELTOIDIDAE-CHLOEPHORIDAE<>A. Beech B. Small Bindweed C. Oak
  43. DENDROMETRIDAE<>A. Alder B. Birch C. Gooseberry D. Beech
  44. DENDROMETRIDAE<>A. Hawthorn B. Broom C. Sloe; Blackthorn
  45. DENDROMETRIDAE<>A. Red Currant B. Hazel
  46. DENDROMETRIDAE<>A. Oak B. Hawthorn C. Alder
  47. DENDROMETRIDAE-PHYTOMETRIDAE<>A. Buckthorn B. Cytissus Nigricans C. Yarrow
  48. PHYTOMETRIDAE<>A. Barberry B. Elm C. Dog Rose
  49. DENDROMETRIDAE<>A. Honeysuckle B. Spindle Tree C. Oak
  50. DENDROMETRIDAE-PHYTOMETRIDAE<>A. Broom B. Rasberry C. Bird's-foot Trefoil
  51. RHOPALOCERA<>A. Blackthorn B. Sinapis Incana
  52. RHOPALOCERA<>A. Grass B. Rye-Grass C. Grass
  53. BOMBYCES<>A. Pineaster
  54. NOCTUAE<>A. Black Poplar B. Pancratium Maritimum
  55. NOCTUAE<>A. Grass
  56. NOCTUAE<>A. Pistacia Lentiscus B. Mallow C. Grass
  57. NOCTUAE<>A. Large Convolvulus B. Cistus
  58. NOCTUAE-NYCTEOLIDAE<>A. Polygonum Rosmarinum B. Whin
  59. GEOMETRAE<>A. Spurge
  60. GEOMETRAE<>A. Cistus
  61. PYRALES-TORTRICES<>A. Water Lily B. Viper's Bugloss C. Wild Rose D. Clover E. Nettle F. Oak
  62. TORTRICES-TINEAE-PTEROPHORI<>A. Scotch Fir B. Spindle Tree C. Apple
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