|Rio de Mendoza, Amazonas, Peru, 2000 meters; 6/94||Rio de Mendoza, Amazonas, Peru, 2000 meters
|Rio de Mendoza, Amazonas, Peru, 1700 meters
??hybrid with P cacica?
South Colombia to north Peru in high elevation forests
in the middle valleys of the Andes. Very local and not well known, though
males may on occasion be found in good numbers at puddles. Females are
exceedingly rarely seen. The bottom specimen is believed to be a unique
example of a natural hybrid with Papilio cacicus