Collection Date: June 17, 1926 (Guthrie); June 4, 1932 (Adamstown); May 18, 1933 (Chatfield); July 6, 1930 (Brokenhead); July 10, 1931 (Parkers Prairie)
7.125 in HIGH x 5.125 in WIDE x 0.8125 in DEEP
Todd County, KY; Berks County, PA/Lancaster County, PA; Navarro County, TX; Manitoba, Canada; Otter Tail County, MN

Guthrie; Adamstown; Chatfield; Brokenhead; Parkers Prairie

Gift of the Walt Disney Family Foundation

Six (6) butterfly in a Riker Mount which is a thin, glass-topped, cotton-filled exhibition case. These range in size from 1 1/16 x 1 to 1 1/4 x 1 3/4. The top three are light brown. Forewing has 2 yellow-rimmed black eyespots both above and below. Hindwing has 2 eyespots on upper side; but may have smaller spots below. The bottom three: upper side is light to medium brown with black eyespots. Underside of forewing has submarginal eyespots about the same size, usually touching or linked like a chain; dark line inside the hindwing's spot row is zigzagged. They are arranged in three columns. They are all male except for the two butterflies in the far right column. The two in the middle are folded. Verso from top to bottom and left to right: Med[obstruction] uptrichia [male symbol] 6-17-26 Guthrie KY [female symbol] 6-4-32 Adamstown Pa. 5-18-22 [male symbol] Chatfield Tex The Little Wood Satyr [line dividing sections] Satyrodes euridice [male symbol] 7-6-30 Brokenhead Man. Canada [female symbol] 7-10-31 Parkers Prairie Minn [male symbol] 7-6-3 Brokenhead Grass Nymph"

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