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Adelpha

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Kingdom  Animalia
Order  Lepidoptera
Subfamily  Limenitidinae
Higher classification  Nymphalidae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Family  Nymphalidae
Scientific name  Adelpha
Rank  Genus
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Similar  Butterfly, Butterflies and moths, Adelpha californica, Nymphalidae, Adelpha bredowii

Adelpha iphiclus ephesa iphiclus sister butterfly limenitidinae


Adelpha is a genus of brush-footed butterflies found in southern United States and Mexico to South America. They are commonly known as sisters, due to the white markings on their wings, which resemble a nun's habit. This genus is sometimes included with the admiral butterflies (Limenitis).

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Adelpha Butterflies of Amazonia Adelpha iphiclus

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Species

Listed alphabetically within species group.

The alala species-group:

Adelpha Butterflies of Amazonia Adelpha jordani
  • Adelpha alala (Hewitson, 1847) – Alala Sister
  • Adelpha aricia (Hewitson, 1847)
  • Adelpha corcyra (Hewitson, 1847)
  • Adelpha donysa (Hewitson, 1847) – Montane Sister
  • Adelpha pithys (Bates, 1864) – Pithys Sister
  • Adelpha tracta (Butler, 1872) – Tracta Sister
  • The capucinus species-group:

    Adelpha Thoasa Sister Adelpha thoasa Morten Ross
  • Adelpha barnesia Schaus, 1902 – Barnes' Sister
  • Adelpha capucinus (Walch, 1775) – Capycinus Sister
  • Adelpha epizygis Fruhstorfer, 1915
  • Adelpha fabricia Fruhstorfer, 1913
  • The cocala species-group:


  • Adelpha argentea Willmott & Hall, 1995
  • Adelpha boreas (Butler, 1866) – Gaudy Sister
  • Adelpha cocala (Cramer, 1779) – Cocala Sister, Orange-washed Sister
  • Adelpha coryneta (Hewitson, 1874)
  • Adelpha erymanthis Godman & Salvin, 1884 – Godman's Sister
  • Adelpha felderi (Boisduval, 1870) – Rusty Sister, Felder's Sister
  • Adelpha irmina (Doubleday, 1848) – Irmina Sister
  • Adelpha jordani (Fruhstorfer, 1913) – Jordan's Sister
  • Adelpha justina (C. & R. Felder, 1861)
  • Adelpha lamasi Willmott & Hall, 1999
  • Adelpha leucophthalma (Latreille, 1809) – Veracruz Sister
  • Adelpha levona Steinhauser & Miller, 1977
  • Adelpha milleri Beutelspacher, 1976 – Cloistered Sister
  • Adelpha olynthia (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Olynthia Sister
  • Adelpha rothschildi Fruhstorfer, 1913
  • Adelpha salus Hall, 1935 – Lost Sister
  • Adelpha saundersii (Hewitson, 1867) – Saunder's Sister
  • Adelpha shuara Willmott & Hall, 1995
  • Adelpha sichaeus (Butler, 1866)
  • Adelpha stilesiana DeVries & Chacón, 1982
  • Adelpha zina (Hewitson, 1867) – Zina Sister
  • The iphiclus species-group:

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  • Adelpha abyla (Hewitson, 1850) – Jamaican Sister
  • Adelpha basiloides (Bates, 1865) – Spot-celled Sister
  • Adelpha calliphane Fruhstorfer, 1915
  • Adelpha falcipennis Fruhstorfer, 1915
  • Adelpha gavina Fruhstorfer, 1915
  • Adelpha iphicleola (Bates, 1864) – Confusing Sister
  • Adelpha iphiclus (Linnaeus, 1758) – Pointed Sister
  • Adelpha mythra (Godart, 1824) – Mythra Sister
  • Adelpha plesaure Hübner, 1823 – Pleasure Sister
  • Adelpha poltius Hall, 1938
  • Adelpha thessalia (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Thessalia Sister
  • Adelpha thoasa (Hewitson, 1850) – Thoasa Sister
  • The phylaca species-group:

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  • Adelpha erotia (Hewitson, 1847) – Stitched Sister
  • Adelpha lycorias (Godart, 1824) – Rayed Sister
  • Adelpha mesentina (Cramer, 1777) – Mesentina Sister
  • Adelpha phylaca (Bates, 1866) – Cecropia Sister
  • Adelpha messana (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Messana or Thesprotia Sister
  • The serpa species-group:

  • Adelpha bredowii Geyer, 1837 – Bredow's Sister
  • Adelpha californica (Butler, 1865) – California Sister
  • Adelpha diocles Godman & Salvin, 1878 – Tailed Sister
  • Adelpha eulalia E. Doubleday, 1848) – Arizona Sister
  • Adelpha herbita Weymer, 1907
  • Adelpha hyas (Doyère, 1840)
  • Adelpha nea (Hewitson, 1847) – Scarse Sister
  • Adelpha paraena (Bates, 1865) – Massilia Sister, Bates' Sister
  • Adelpha paroeca (Bates, 1864) – Eyed Sister
  • Adelpha radiata Fruhstorfer, 1915 – Striated Sister
  • Adelpha seriphia (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Dentate Sister
  • Adelpha serpa (Boisduval, 1836) – Celerio Sister, Celadon Sister
  • Adelpha zea (Hewitson, 1850) – Zea Sister
  • Ungrouped:

  • Adelpha abia (Hewitson, 1850)
  • Adelpha amazona Austin & Jasinski, 1999
  • Adelpha atlantica Willmott, 2003
  • Adelpha attica (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Attica Sister
  • Adelpha boeotia (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Felder's Sister
  • Adelpha cytherea (Linnaeus, 1758) – Smooth-banded Sister
  • Adelpha demialba (Butler, 1872) – White-spotted Sister
  • Adelpha delinita Fruhstorfer, 1913 – Delineated Sister
  • Adelpha diazi Beutelspacher, 1975 – Diaz's Sister
  • Adelpha ethelda (Hewitson, 1867) – Silver-banded Sister
  • Adelpha epione (Godart, 1824) – White-barred Sister
  • Adelpha fessonia (Hewitson, 1847) – Mexican Sister, Band-celled Sister
  • Adelpha gelania (Godart, 1824) – Antillean Sister
  • Adelpha heraclea (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Heraclea Sister
  • Adelpha hesterbergi Willmott & Hall, 1999
  • Adelpha leuceria (Druce, 1874) – Orange-striped Sister
  • Adelpha leucerioides Beutelspacher, 1975 – Veracruz Sister
  • Adelpha malea (C. & R. Felder, 1861) – Venezuelan Sister
  • Adelpha melona (Hewitson, 1847) – Mellona Sister
  • Adelpha naxia (C. & R. Felder, 1867) – Naxia Sister, Three-part Sister
  • Adelpha pollina Fruhstorfer, 1915
  • Adelpha salmoneus (Butler, 1866) – Golden-banded Sister
  • Adelpha syma (Godart, 1824) – Syma Sister
  • Adelpha viola Fruhstorfer, 1913
  • References

    Adelpha Wikipedia


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