DichorragiaAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Dichorragia nesimachus
- Dichorragia ninus
Dichorragia nesimachus is widespread from Burma to Sulawesi, and is replaced by D. ninus in New Guinea and surrounding islands. Eliot (in Corbet et al. 1992) considers the entire array a single species, while Parsons (1999) splits them in two.
Corbet AS, Pendlebury HM, and Eliot JN. 1992. The butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur.
Parsons M. 1999. The butterflies of Papua New Guinea: their systematics and biology. Academic Press, San Diego.
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