Agrias phalcidon xinguensis has been described in 1921 by Fassl. It is close from ssp. phalcidon but has a red patch on the under side (vs orange on nominate phalcidon) and a darker aspect on the upper side. Most specimens are found on Rio Xingu in Brazil.
It is not so common in collection and doesn’t vary much.
Pictures of Agrias phalcidon xinguensis
Copyright : Philippe Floquet Agrias book, 2023
There is only one interesting described form :
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