Many which thus changed with me on the 21st of July, became moths on the 29th of the same month. ... 251. specimens were too much rubbed for identification, and we are indebted to Mr. Saunders of London, Canada, for ver}- perfect specimens of the moth, ... The moth is pale gray, with a dark, transverse, diffuse band on the inner third of the wing, enclosing a zig-zag white line not reaching the costa.
|Title||:||Guide to the Study of Insects|
|Author||:||Alpheus Spring Packard|