- Symphera Nais. India.
- Ixias latifasciata. India and South China.
- Zephyrus dums. Sikkim.
- 4. Eramia pulchella. Assam.
[Original caption] Butterflies and Moths pass through three very distinct stages before they attain the perfect form viz.: 1. The Egg (ovum, plural oval. 2. The Caterpillar (larva, plural larvae). 3. The Chrysalis (pupa, plural pupa;). The perfect insect is called the Imago, plural Imagines. Butterflies are distinguished from Moths by having the antennae clubbed at the end, and by the great majority carrying the wings upright when in a state of repose, and being destitute of any apparatus to connect the wings during flight. [end]