Some articles on black lines, lines, black, line:
... or less greyish brown, traversed by slender sinuous black lines and broader ochraceous-brown lines, the black lines outwardly very narrowly margined with white the sub-terminal ... postdiscal lino of greyish ocelli the most prominent, often centred with black ... wavy markings, except the slender transverse black lines and the line of postdiscal ocelli, which are always more or less present ...
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