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Life cycle of the Kolisurra moth
Entomological studies of the Kolisurra silk worm moth Antheraea kolisurra. Five figures showing eggs, pupa, silk cocoons and a female moth. Plate from the paper 'Some account of the Kolisurra silk-worm of the Deccan', by William Henry Sykes (London, 1834). Originally published in the Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, volume 3. Inscribed 'KOLISURRA. Bombyx Paphia. Linn. COCOON, PUPA, MOTH and EGGS of the SILK WORM of the DECCAN. Drawn by I.L.Fidler, draftsman to Lieut. Colonel Sykes. Lithd. For the Royal Asiatic Society, by Day & Haghe, Gate St.'
Original: lithograph . 1834
- Image reference: RS-10026
- The Royal Society
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