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Insect Lithographs Gallery

Colourful, anique insect print art reproductions from the 1800s

Choose from 82 pictures in our Insect Lithographs collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Moths, Insects, Lichen Beauty, Marbled Green, Cambridge Beauty, Tussock Featured Insect Lithographs Print

Moths, Insects, Lichen Beauty, Marbled Green, Cambridge Beauty, Tussock

ACRONYCTIDae. 226. BRYOPHILA ALGae-Tree Lichen Beauty. 227. BRYOPHILA MURALIS-Marbled Green. 228. BRYOPHILA IMPAR-Cambridge Beauty.
229. BRYOPHILA PERLA-Marbled Beauty. 230. MOMA ORION-Scarce Merveil-du-jour. 231. DEMAS CORYLI--Nut-tree Tussock. 232. ACRONYCTA TRIDENS--Dark Dagger. 233. ACRONYCTA PSI-Grey Dagger. 234. ACRONYCTA LEPORINA-The Miller. 235. ACRONYCTA ACERIS-Sycamore.
236. ACRONYCTA MEGACEPHALA-Poplar Grey. 237. ACRONYCTA STRIGOSA-Grisette. 233. ACRONYCTA ALNI--Alder. 239. ACRONYCTA LIGUSTRI-Coronet.240. ACRONYCTA RUMICIS-Knot Grass. 241. ACRONYCTA AURICOMA-Scarce Dagger. 242. ACRONYCTA MENYANTHIDIS-Light Knot Grass.
243. ACRONYCTA EUPHORBIae-Sweet Gale Moth, 244. DILOBA CaeRULEOCEPHALA--Figure-of-Eight Moth. 245. ARSILONCHE ALBOVENOSA-Powdered Wainscot. LEUCANIIDae. 246. SYNIA MUSCULOSA--Brighton Wainscot. 247. LEUCANIA CONIGERA-Brown-line Bright-eye 248. LEUCANIA ALBIPUNCTA-White Point. 249. LEUCANIA VITELLINA-The Delicate. 250. LEUCANIA TURCA--Double Line. 251. LEUCANIA LITHARGYREA-The Clay. 252. LEUCANIA EXTRANEA--American Wainscot. 253. LEUCANIA OBSOLETA--Obscure Wainscot. 254. LEUCANIA PUTRESCENS - Devonshire Wainscot 255. LEUCANIA LITTORALIS-Shore Wainscot. 256. LEUCANIA PUDORINA--Striped Wainscot. 257. LEUCANIA COMMA-Shoulder-striped Wainsc 258. LEUCANIA STRAMINEA-Southern Wainscot 259. LEUCANIA IMPURA-Smoky Wainscot. 260. LEUCANIA PALLENS-Common Wainscot

© of Duncan P Walker

Beetles, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Insect Lithographs Print

Beetles, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Beetles, 1st row: Darkling beetle (Blaps mortisaga); Spanish fly (Lytta vesicatoria, or Cantharis vesicatria); Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata); Glow worm (Lampyris splendidula), male (left) and female (right); Apple blossom weevil (Anthonomus pomorum); Alder leaf beetle (Agelastica alni); Flatheaded pine borer (Chalcophora mariana). 2nd row: Headlight Elater (Pyrophorus noctilucus); Lined Click Beetle (Agriotes lineatus, or Agriotes segetis); Staphylinus erythropterus; Pea weevil (Bruchus pisorum, or Bruchus pisi); Bean weevil (Acanthoscelides obtectus, or Bruchus rufimagnus) with magnified head (top); Seed beetle (Bruchus atomarius, or Bruchus granarius); Cabbage-stem flea beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala); Green tiger beetle (Cicindela campestris); Carabus hortensis. 3rd row: Cockchafer, or May bug (Melontha vulgaris) with larva and pupa (right); Dytiscus marginalis with larva (1); Hydroporus elegans (2); Peltodytes caesus, or Cnemidotus caesus (3); Hydrous caraboides (larva, 4) Anisoplia villosa (or Anisoplia fruticola); Bark beetle (Hylesinus piniperda). 4th row: European rhinoceros beetle (Oryctes nasicornis); Burying beetle (Nicrophorus vespillo, or Necrophorus vespillo); European oil beetle (Meloe variegatus); Zabrus tenebrioides (or Zabrus gibbus); Death Watch Beetle (Xestobium rufovillosum, or Anobium tessellatum); Longhorn beetle (Saperda carcharias); Sacred scarab (Scarabaeus sacer, or Ateuchus sacer). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Butterflies, Brown hairstreak butterfly, Large copper, Blue, Argus Featured Insect Lithographs Print

Butterflies, Brown hairstreak butterfly, Large copper, Blue, Argus

Vintage engraving of Butterflies. 44. Brown hairstreak, 45. Black hairstreak, 46. White letter hairstreak, 47. Purple hairstreak, 48. Green hairstreak, 49. Long tailed blue, 50. Short tailed blue, 51. Silver studded blue, 52. Brown argus, 53. Scotch brown argus, 54. Blue, 55. Clifden blue, 56. Chalk hill blue, 57. Mazarine blue, 58. Small blue, 59. Azure, 60. Large blue, 61. Large copper, 62. Small copper. Our Country's Butterflies and Moths and how to Know Them: A Guide to the Lepidoptera of Great Britain

© of Duncan P Walker