Antanartia, commonly called (African) Admirals, is a genus in the Nymphalidae family found in southern Africa. They live along forest edges and are strongly attracted to rotting fruit and plant juices.1] For other Admirals see genus, Vanessa.
- Antanartia abyssinica (Felder, 1867)
- Antanartia borbonica (Oberth?r, 1880)
- Antanartia delius (Drury, 1782) ? Orange Admiral
- Antanartia dimorphica Howarth, 1966 ? Dimorphic Admiral or Northern Short-tailed Admiral
- Antanartia hippomene (H?bner, 1823) ? Southern Short-tailed Admiral
- Antanartia schaeneia (Trimen, 1879) ? Long-tailed Admiral
The Genus Antanartia is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 24 species and subspecies in the Genus Antanartia: A. abyssinica · A. aethiopica · A. amauroptera · A. borbonica · A. borbonica borbonica · A. commixta · A. comoroica · A. daemonica · A. delius · A. diluta · A. dimorphica · A. dubia · A. eurocilia · A. guineensis · A. hippomene · A. jacksoni · A. kamitugensis · A. madegassorum · A. mauritiana · A. milanion · A. mortoni · A. nigrescens · A. schaeneia · A. vansomereni
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