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The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia : Including their systematic characters, the particulars of their several metamorphoses, and the plants on which they feed. Collected from the observation of Mr. John Abbot, many years resident in that country  Volume 1 of 2

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  Name as PrintedCurrent NameCommon Name  
  1. Andropogon nutans L. 13View illustration 
  2. Anethum foeniculum L. Foeniculum vulgaresweet fennelView illustrationPlant info
  3. Annona palustris L. Annona glabrapond apple, pond-appleView illustrationPlant info
  4. Antirrhinum canadense L. 8 Linaria canadensisView illustrationPlant info
  5. Aristolochia serpentaria L. 3 Aristolochia serpentariaVirginia snakeroot, Virginia dutchmanspipeView illustrationPlant info
  6. Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm. 7 Asclepias amplexicaulisclasping milkweed, bluntleaf milkweedView illustrationPlant info
  7. Asclepias curassavica L. 6 Asclepias curassavicabloodflower, wild ipecacuanhaView illustrationPlant info
  8. Azalea nudiflora L. 27 Azalea nudiflorapink azaleaView illustrationPlant info
  9. Cassia chamaecrista L. 5View illustration 
  10. Celtis occidentalis L. 36 Celtis occidentaliscommon hackberry, hackberry, micocoulier occidental [French], western hackberryView illustrationPlant info
  11. Chionanthus virginicus L. 34 Chionanthus virginicuswhite fringetree, fringetreeView illustrationPlant info
  12. Clitoria mariana L. 18 Clitoria marianaAtlantic pigeonwings, pidgeonwingsView illustrationPlant info
  13. Convolvulus batatas L. 32View illustration 
  14. Erythrina herbacea L. 15 Erythrina herbacearedcardinal, eastern coralbeanView illustrationPlant info
  15. Gaura biennis L. 31 Guara biennisView illustrationPlant info
  16. Glycine elliptica M. Martens & Galeotti 21View illustration 
  17. Glycine frutescens L. 23View illustration 
  18. Glycine reticulata Sw. 22View illustration 
  19. Gnaphalium obtusifolium L. 9 Gnaphalium obtusifoliumView illustrationPlant info
  20. Halexia Tetraptera 46View illustration 
  21. Hedysarum paniculatum L. 20View illustration 
  22. Juglans alba Michx. 29View illustration 
  23. Jussiaea erecta L. 40 Ludwigia erectayerba de jicoteaView illustrationPlant info
  24. Kalmia latifolia L. 37 Kalmia latifoliamountain laurelView illustrationPlant info
  25. Laurus sassafras L. Sassafras albidumsassafrasView illustrationPlant info
  26. Liquidambar styraciflua L. 48 Liquidambar styracifluasweetgumView illustrationPlant info
  27. Monarda punctata L. 24 Monarda punctataspotted beebalmView illustrationPlant info
  28. Nicotiana tabacum L. 33 Nicotiana tabacumcultivated tobaccoView illustrationPlant info
  29. Panicum crus-galli L. 17View illustration 
  30. Papilio Accius.View illustration 
  31. Papilio Ajax.View illustration 
  32. Papilio Archippus.View illustration 
  33. Papilio Areolatus.View illustration 
  34. Papilio Argiolus.View illustration 
  35. Papilio Bathyllus.View illustration 
  36. Papilio C. Aureum.View illustration 
  37. Papilio Catullus.View illustration 
  38. Papilio Eubule.View illustration 
  39. Papilio Favonius.View illustration 
  40. Papilio Gilippus.View illustration 
  41. Papilio Huntera.View illustration 
  42. Papilio IlioneusView illustration 
  43. Papilio Juvenalis.View illustration 
  44. Papilio Lycidas.View illustration 
  45. Papilio Orythia.View illustration 
  46. Papilio Otho.View illustration 
  47. Papilio Passifloræ.View illustration 
  48. Papilio PhilenorView illustration 
  49. Papilio Proteus.View illustration 
  50. Papilio Tityrus.View illustration 
  51. Papilio TroilusView illustration 
  52. Papilio Ursula.View illustration 
  53. Papilio Vitellius.View illustration 
  54. Passiflora incarnata L. 12 Passiflora incarnatapurple passionflowerView illustrationPlant info
  55. Phalæna Cecropia.View illustration 
  56. Phalæna Io.View illustration 
  57. Phalæna LunaView illustration 
  58. Phalæna Polyphemus.View illustration 
  59. Phalæna Promethea.View illustration 
  60. Phalæna Proserpina.View illustration 
  61. Pinus palustris Mill. 42 Pinus australislongleaf pineView illustrationPlant info
  62. Portulaca oleracea L. 39 Portulaca oleracealittle hogweed, akulikuli-kula, common purslane, duckweed, garden purslane, little-hogweed, purslane, pursley, pusley, wild portulacaView illustrationPlant info
  63. Prinos Glaber 35View illustration 
  64. Prunus pensylvanica L. f. 45 Prunus pensylvanicapin cherry, fire cherryView illustrationPlant info
  65. Prunus virginiana L. 26 Prunus virginianachokecherry, chokecherry (common), common chokecherry, Virginia chokecherryView illustrationPlant info
  66. Quercus lobulata Solander in Smith & Abbot 47View illustration 
  67. Quercus rubra L. 14 Quercus rubranorthern red oakView illustrationPlant info
  68. Quercus rubra L. 50 Quercus rubranorthern red oakView illustrationPlant info
  69. Robinia pseudoacacia L. 19 Robinia pseudoacaciablack locust, false acacia, yellow locustView illustrationPlant info
  70. Rosa carolina L. 25 Rosa carolinaCarolina roseView illustrationPlant info
  71. Sisyrinchium bermudiana L. 16View illustration 
  72. Spermacoce hyssopifolia Willd. ex Roem. & Schult. 38View illustration 
  73. Sphinx Azaleæ.View illustration 
  74. Sphinx Carolina.View illustration 
  75. Sphinx Chionanthi.View illustration 
  76. Sphinx Coniferarum.View illustration 
  77. Sphinx Convolvuli.View illustration 
  78. Sphinx Crantor.View illustration 
  79. Sphinx Drupiferarum.View illustration 
  80. Sphinx Excæcata.View illustration 
  81. Sphinx Fuciformis.View illustration 
  82. Sphinx Gauræ.View illustration 
  83. Sphinx Juglandis.View illustration 
  84. Sphinx Kalmiæ.View illustration 
  85. Sphinx Lineata.View illustration 
  86. Sphinx Lugubris.View illustration 
  87. Sphinx Myops.View illustration 
  88. Sphinx Octomaculata.View illustration 
  89. Sphinx Pampinatrix.View illustration 
  90. Sphinx Prini.View illustration 
  91. Sphinx Tersa.View illustration 
  92. Sphinx Vitis.View illustration 
  93. Tabernaemontana amsonia L. 43View illustration 
  94. Tilia Alba 11View illustration 
  95. Vaccinium stamineum L. 10 Vaccinium stamineumdeerberryView illustrationPlant info
  96. Vitis labrusca L. 28 Vitis labruscafox grapeView illustrationPlant info
  97. Vitis quinquefolia (Michx.) Lam. 30View illustration 
  98. Vitis vinifera L. 44 Vitis viniferawine grapeView illustrationPlant info
  99. Vitis vulpina L. 41 Vitis vulpinafrost grape, fox grape, wild grapeView illustrationPlant info
  100. Zea mays L. 49 Zea mayscornView illustrationPlant info
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