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Graphium aristeus hermocrates



Sex : M

Origin : Philippines (Marinduque)

one wing lenght cm 3-3.5.

Graphium aristeus (Stoll, 1782), also known as the sword-tail chain, is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae (swallowtails). It is located in the ecozone Australasia and Indomalayan. It is also widely distributed in New Guinea.
The Indian subspecies G. a. anticrates is protected by Indian law. It is located in Sikkim, Bhutan, Meghalaya, West Bengal and Assam.
The first description was in 1782 by Caspar Stoll.
Graphium aristeus aristeus
Graphium aristeus anticrates
Graphium aristeus hermocrates
Graphium aristeus hainanensis
Graphium aristeus parmatus
Graphium aristeus paron
Graphium aristeus bifax

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