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New distribution records for some butterflies from the Gulf of Carpentaria, northern Queensland

Braby, Michael


The geographical distribution of the butterflies of the Gulf of Carpentaria, especially the southern section, is poorly known. In this note, new distribution records are provided for the Caper Gull (Cepora perimale), Eichhorn's Crow (Euploea alcathoe eichhorni), Chocolate Argus (Junonia hedonia), Moth Butterfly (Liphyra brassolis), Black-spotted Flash (Hypolycaena phorbas), Dark Ciliate-blue (Anthene seltuttus) and Samphire Blue (Theclinesthes sulpitius) from the Karumba-Normanton district in...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Northern Territory Naturalist


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