Induna acraea (Telchinia induna salmontana)

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Induna acraea fact file

Induna acraea description

KingdomAnimalia
PhylumArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilyNymphalidae
GenusTelchinia (1)

Information on the Induna acraea is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.

Also known as
Soutpansberg acraea.
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Induna acraea status

Classified as Vulnerable (VU) in the South African Red Data Book of butterflies (1).

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References

  1. Henning, G.A., Terblanche, R.F. & Ball, J.B. (eds) 2009. South African Red Data Book: butterflies. SANBI Biodiversity Series 13. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria.
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Induna acraea, dorsal view  
Induna acraea, dorsal view

© Christopher Willis

Christopher Willis
South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)
Private Bag X101, Pretoria 0001
South Africa
Tel: +27 (12) 843 5200
Fax: +27 (12) 843 5205
C.Willis@sanbi.org.za
http://www.sanbi.org.za

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