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Euthaliopsis van de Polle 1896

Euthaliopsis aetion (Hewitson 1862)

Andrew V. Z. Brower
Containing group: Adoliadini


A monotypic genus from New Guinea and the Moluccas. The species exhibits sexual dimorphism and may be mimetic of Delias spp.

Parsons (1999) states that Euthaliopsis is closely related to Euthalia and Lexias.

Other Names for Euthaliopsis aetion (Hewitson 1862)


Parsons M. 1999. The butterflies of Papua New Guinea: their systematics and biology. Academic Press, San Diego.

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