|W. Uganda; 12/88|
Local but common in much of central tropical Africa
from Gabon and Cameroon to S Sudan and E to Uganda. A member of the very
confusing "zenobia group". Very similar and conspecific with
P gallienus but quickly told apart (males) by the lack of androconial
patches on the FW recto. The spots of the median band and also sharply
defined on their marginal side in contrast to gallienus. Gallienus
also has a darker ground color on the verso surface.