Acraea andromacha

A north and north eastern Australian species, this butterfly has visited South Australia on rare occasions due to extreme climatic conditions in the eastern states. Notable observations in mid 1970’s and summer – autumn in 2010 – 2011.The underside is similar to the upperside.

You can learn a lot more about this butterfly, on the research-quality website now managed by BCSA, (here)

Key Facts

Size (Male):53mm
Size (Female):56mm
Mature Larva Length:mm
Months of Flight:jan, feb
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