Agrias narcissus tapajonus has been described by Fassl in 1921. This subspecies flies at the South of Amazon river. Most recently-found specimens come from Maues area in Brazil. The main difference with Agrias narcissus narcissus is a broader red band which enters the cell.
Pictures of Agrias narcissus tapajonus
You will find many other Agrias narcissus tapajonus illustrated in Philippe Floquet’s book (2023)
Forms of Agrias narcissus tapajonus
You will find descriptions of each of these forms in Philippe Floquet’s book.
Biotope of Agrias n. tapajonus
Agrias narcissus available online
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