(The caterpillar is not of either of the butterflies, but that of some kind of moth, probably of a form of arctiidae. The brimstone is a female, barely yellow at all, and at a quick glance could be mistaken for any of the white butterflies. A closer look at her form and markings, however, shows her to be a pale and elegant image of her sulphurous mate.)
Who names the insects singed by flame?
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