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But their friendships endure over the years despite Anna taking everything and everyone for granted and even Jo’s martyrdom is sometimes pushed to its limits. This species was also supposed to have been seen on wing~ in a garden at Ely,~ some years back~ in the month of August. Until the 19th century, most of the land was open fields, with a few farms but mainly market gardens. There is no variation in the colouring of the pupae; every one of some 2,000 examined was precisely as described.

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It is worthy of note, that a few years back an old faded specimen of this Insect was found by Professor Henslow in the Woodwardian Museum at Cambridge, which is with some reason presumed to have been formerly taken in the neighbourhood of that place, ~ since at that time no collection of Insects existed there. The spiny caterpillars are striking in appearance, with black bodies and a line of eight reddish-orange dots running down the back (aposematic, warning coloration). was one such year when many were reported in Britain, though this is still the only one I have ever seen in Britain. Please register for an account to take part in the discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more. I remember seeing literally thousands once in Finland where they were so abundant they were frequently hitting the car windscreen as we drove through clouds of them.

One at Hall Green, one at Lighthorne Heath, three at Sutton Coldfield, one at Bubbenhall, one at Coventry, one at Ullenhall, one at Rugby, one at Oxhouse Farm, one at Kenilworth (August) and one at Bearley all during the month of August 1. The larvae feed on the topmost leaves, at first eating the basal portion, and by their weight causing the leaves to hang clown until their ends rest on the leaves below; they feed on these in turn, and continue in this manner to work their way downwards, feeding as they go, eating all the leaves and covering everything with web. Disappointing but perhaps I’d been spoiled by the other Jenny Eclair books which I simply couldn’t put down.

It has special significance there because in 2001 the Montana designated the Mourning Cloak as its official state butterfly.

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