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Brief Summary

    Delias baracasa: Brief Summary
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    Delias baracasa is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It was described by Georg Semper in 1890. It is found in the Indomalayan realm.

    The wingspan is about 50 mm. Adults may be distinguished by the blackened vein markings on the underside of the hindwings.

Comprehensive Description

    Delias baracasa
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    Delias baracasa is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It was described by Georg Semper in 1890. It is found in the Indomalayan realm.[2]

    The wingspan is about 50 mm. Adults may be distinguished by the blackened vein markings on the underside of the hindwings.[3]

    Subspecies

    • D. b. baracasa (Malaysia, Philippines: Mindanao)
    • D. b. basilana Schroeder & Treadaway, 2008 (Philippines: Basilan)
    • D. b. benguetana Inomata, 1979 (Philippines)
    • D. b. cathara Grose-Smith, 1893 (Borneo)
    • D. b. danala (de Nicéville, 1893) (north-eastern Sumatra, south-western Sumatra)
    • D. b. dives de Nicéville, 1897 (Peninsular Malaysia)
    • D. b. kalimantana Yagishita, 1993 (western Kalimantan: Mt.Saran)

    References

    1. ^ Semper, 1890 Die Schmetterlinge der Philippinischen Inseln. Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen Reisen Philipp. (1): 1-46, pl. 1-8, A (1886), (2): 47-86, pl. 9-16 (1887), (3): 87-134, pl. 17-24 (1888), (4): 135-174, pl. 25-32 (1889), (5): 175-238, pl. 33-38, B (1890), (6): 239-270, pl. 39-46 (1891), (7): 271-380, pl. 47-49 [iv] (1892)
    2. ^ Seitz, A., 1912-1927. Die Indo-Australien Tagfalter Grossschmetterlinge Erde 9
    3. ^ delias-butterflies