Collection Date: July 14, 1935 (Genola); June 15 and May 24, 1933 (Chatfield); August 30, 1931 (Calexico); Sept 10, 1930 (Jefferson); August 22, 1930 (Brokehead)
9.75 in HIGH x 6.75 in WIDE x 0.9375 in DEEP
Navarro County, TX; Missouri; Manitoba, Canada

Calexico; Genola; Chatfield, TX; Jefferson, MO; Brokenhead

Gift of the Walt Disney Family Foundation

Ten (10) butterflies in a Riker Mount which is a thin, glass-topped, cotton-filled exhibition case.  They are arranged in two columns. They have brown edges on upper and hind wings. The butterflies are arranged from lightest to darkest.  The top butterflies are white tin the middle section and the last butterflies on the bottom are a darker orange.  The last butterfly on the right side is folded and facing inwards. They range in size from 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 to 1 5/8 x 1 1/2.  The top two butterflies are female and the second and third butterflies on the right column are also female. VERSO: From left to right and top to bottom "Genola [female symbol] 7-14-35 [female symbol] June 15, 1933 Chatfield, Tex E.Amphedrusa alba [female symbol] may 24 1933 Chatfield Tex 8-30-31 alba [female symbol] Calexico E. Amphedrusa Sept. 10, 1930 Jefferson, Mo 6-15-33 [female symbol] Chatfield, Terax [female symbol] 8-22-30 Brokehead Man. Canada the Flavid Sulphur"

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