Agrias claudina intermedius has been described by Fassl in 1912. It is present in Southern Colombia and on the North bank of Amazon : rio Caqueta, rio Putumayo, rio Negro.
Few forms have been described, including some very nice forms like form rufopunctata with small red dots in the hind wings.
Note that all Agrias claudina from Rio Putumayo are not Agrias claudina intermedius. The ssp. Agrias claudina sardanapalus is found near Florida village in SE Colombia on Rio Putumayo. There is a small series of Agrias claudina from Rio Putumayo caught by Otto Michael in the 1930s in Coll. Pequin, and it includes both ssp. intermedius and ssp. sardanapalus.
Pictures of Agrias claudina intermedius
Forms of Agrias c. intermedius
simplex : synonym of the classical blue form
You will find a description of each of these forms in Philippe Floquet’s Agrias book (2023 edition)
Agrias claudina available online
Powered by Collector’s Secret. These Agrias claudina are not sold by us but by various insect suppliers. Agrias claudina intermedius is not often proposed.