Agrias claudina sardanapalus is one of the most impressive Agrias butterflies. It has been described in 1860 by HW Bates. It lives in Amazonas, Rondonia (Brazil) and reaches East Peru, South Colombia and Venezuela.
Several forms have been described including the gorgeous form belsazar and the very scarce form paganinii.
Pictures of Agrias claudina sardanapalus
You will find several other Agrias claudina sardanapalus in Philippe Floquet’s book about Agrias (2023 edition).
Forms of Agrias c. sardanapalus
You will find a description of each of these forms in Philippe Floquet’s book about Agrias.
Sardanapalus lives in these forest around Maues.
Agrias claudina available online
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