in the heather bright

A library, illustrated.
Moth Caterpillars.
Arthur Mee ed., The Children’s Encyclopedia, (London: The Educational Book Company, circa 1920).
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    I would like to see all the butterflies or moths they turn into. Thanks.
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    that one in the middle is my mighty steed
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