Excerpt: The tailpieces and rear cover illustration in this issue are six vignettes and the frontispiece from a popular nineteenth-century French work for beginning amateur lepidopterists, Maurice Sand's Le monde des papillons (Paris, 1867). The frontispieces (our rear cover) depicts a melange of collecting equipment, including a ring net for aerial collecting, a folding sweeping net, an entomological satchel, various forceps, a pupa-digging spud, a collecting tin for larvae, a lantern, a collecting box into which adult specimens were pinned, and several items which have disappeared from our modern list of paraphernalia.
Wilkinson, R. S.
"Seven Illustrations from Maurice Sand's Le Monde des Papillons (1867),"
The Great Lakes Entomologist: Vol. 2
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/tgle/vol2/iss2/9