Black Markings

Some articles on black, black markings, markings:

Byblia Ilithyia - Description - Wet-season Form
... The forewing has the costa broadly black until nearly the apex ... The cell has three narrow short black bands, the inner and outer not reaching the median vein ... An irregular black spot from dorsum to vein 4, continues very narrowly along that vein to meet an oblique irregular band from just beyond the middle of the costa ...
Argynnis Hyperbius - Description
... rich orange-yellow, hind wing paler yellow, with the following black markings Fore wing cell with a basal short transverse streak, a medial broad oval loop, its outer margin sinuous a broad ... shading into ochraceous towards the apex, the apex broadly suffused with that colour markings as on the upperside, with the following exceptions—subcostal spot in interspace 6, upper two spots of ... Hind wing variegated with ochraceous, olivaceous-brown and silvery-white markings, the last for the most part narrowly margined on the outer side by ...
Heath Fritillary - Subspecies and Variation
... lachares FrĂĽhstorfer has finer black markings transitional forms between f ... celadussa, with finer black lines in the outer half of the wing, but a thicker discal line transitional forms occur in central west Spain ... nevadensis Verity is golden-yellow with fine black markings (it is also univoltine, whereas typical M ...
Beagles - Description - Colouring
... Although the tricolour (white with large black areas and light brown shading) is the most common, Beagles can occur in any hound colour ... Tricoloured dogs occur in a number of shades, from the "Classic Tri" with a jet black saddle (also known as "Blackback"), to the "Dark Tri" (where faint ... dogs have mostly white coats with patches of black and brown hair ...

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