The life history and biology of Euploea alcathoe enastri Fenner (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) from northeastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
The life history and general biology are described and illustrated for Euploea alcathoe enastri Fenner, which is endemic to Gove Peninsula in northeastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. The larval food plants include Parsonsia alboflavescens, Gynmanthera oblonga and Marsdenia glandulifera (Apocynaceae) growing in relatively small patches of mixed paperbark tall open forest with rainforest elements in the understorey, usually in juxtaposition to wet monsoon forest (evergreen vine-forest), or...[Show more]
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