Some articles on dark brown, dark, brown:
... transverse markings— subbasal, median, postdiscal, sub terminal and terminal dark brown sinuous lines a discal row of dark ochraceous ocelli, six on ... Antennae dark brown head, thorax and abdomen ochraceous, abdomen paler beneath ... with a silky lustre, the median transverse dark brown line outwardly bordered from costa of fore to vein 1 of hind wing with greenish white the dusky-black transversely discal band broader and more diffuse fore wing ...
... Most have a light-brown saddle extending for the length of the adipose fin and some have spots on the side of the body in place of the saddle ... dorsal surface of the head, which ranges from light to chocolate brown ... ischnosoma, a series of longitudinal chocolate brown patches arranged to form a faintly reticulate pattern is present in all specimens observed ...
... See glossary for terms used Male upperside bright chocolate-brown ... to termen apex and the termen narrowly dark brown a subterminal series of delicate, brown, trident-shaped marks ... along the terminal margin yellow, bearing paired, lunular, brown marks in the interspaces ...
... amazonicus Brazil 9–11 × 5–7 experidium finely plicate, woolly, hairs yellowish-brown endoperidium distinctly plicate peridioles 2–3 × 1.2–2 mm, dark gray and ... annulatus Cypress Hills (Canada) 7–10 × 7–12 pale brown, covered on exoperidium with tomentum basal emplacement small and inconspicuous endoperidium pale buff, shiny, lightly ... badius Japan 8–10 × 6–8 Exoperidium dark brown, fruiting bodies arising from wooly base 3–mm in diameter peridioles lenticular, 2.3 mm long by 2 mm wide by 0.6–0.9 mm thick, silvery-lead colored, with tunica ...
... Males are dark brown, with a darker area around the eyes ... They are covered with dark brown and white hairs ... Two pairs of yellowish brown transverse bands are seen on the thoracic area ...
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