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Belenois

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Belenois, commonly called the caper whites, is a genus of butterflies of the subfamily Pierini in the family Pieridae that are found in mainly in Africa and south-west Asia.

Species[1]

Subgenus Anaphaeis Hübner, 1819:

  • Belenois aurota (Fabricius, 1793) – brown-veined white, African caper white, or pioneer white
  • Belenois creona (Cramer, 1776) – African common white or African caper
  • Belenois gidica (Godart, 1819) – African veined white or pointed caper

Species group pseudohuphina:

Group Incertae sedis:

References

  1. ^ Belenois, Site of Markku Savela
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 src= African veined white (B. gidica, Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania

Belenois, commonly called the caper whites, is a genus of butterflies of the subfamily Pierini in the family Pieridae that are found in mainly in Africa and south-west Asia.

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