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Delias aganippe

Red-spotted Jezebel

Delias aganippe, the wood white or red-spotted Jezebel, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It is endemic to Australia. The wingspan is 60–70 mm. The larvae feed on Exocarpos, Santalum and Amyema species.

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Delias aganippe (Red-spotted Jezebel) at Coomee Nulunga Cultural Walking Track - 24 May 2019 by Charles Dove Delias aganippe (Red-spotted Jezebel) at Lake Conjola, NSW - 25 Sep 2015 by Charles Dove
Delias aganippe (Red-spotted Jezebel) at Coomee Nulunga Cultural Walking Track - 24 May 2019 by Charles Dove
Delias aganippe (Red-spotted Jezebel) at Lake Conjola, NSW - 25 Sep 2015 by Charles Dove

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Red Spotted Jezebel - Lake Conjola
Red Spotted Jezebel - Ulladulla

Species information

  • Delias aganippe Scientific name
  • Red-spotted Jezebel Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Rare or uncommon Native
  • Non-Invasive

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