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Mimoides ilus branchus (E. Doubleday, 1846)
(Ilus Swallowtail)

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Mimoides ilus branchus TYPE, TL: Honduras
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
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Mimoides ilus branchus TYPE, TL: Honduras
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio belesis H. Bates, 1864, TL: Guatemala)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
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Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio belesis H. Bates, 1864, TL: Guatemala)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (LECTOTYPE of Papilio hephaestion C. Felder & R. Felder, 1864, TL: Mexico, nom. nud.), [BMNH]
Male. Designated Lectotype by Brown 1988. Labeled as Graphium belosis= hephaestion. Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the Natural History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (LECTOTYPE of Papilio hephaestion C. Felder & R. Felder, 1864, TL: Mexico, nom. nud.), [BMNH]
Male. Designated Lectotype by Brown 1988. Labeled as Graphium belosis= hephaestion. Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the Natural History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (LECTOTYPE of Papilio hephaestion C. Felder & R. Felder, 1864, TL: Mexico, nom. nud.), [BMNH]
Male. Designated Lectotype by Brown 1988. Labeled as Graphium belosis= hephaestion. Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the Natural History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (lectotype of Papilio hephaestion)
Mexico: BMNH-TABDP 10745 [BMNH]
Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the National History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (lectotype of Papilio hephaestion)
Mexico: BMNH-TABDP 10745 [BMNH]
Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the National History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (lectotype of Papilio hephaestion)
Mexico: BMNH-TABDP 10745 [BMNH]
Photo taken by Blanca Huertas for the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative. Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the National History Museum, London.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio hephaestion C. Felder & R. Felder, 1864, TL: Mexico, nom. nud.)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio hephaestion C. Felder & R. Felder, 1864, TL: Mexico, nom. nud.)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio belephantes Godman & Salvin, 1890, TL: Mexico (Ver); Guatemala; Honduras)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio belephantes Godman & Salvin, 1890, TL: Mexico (Ver); Guatemala; Honduras)
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio branchus ab. pallidior C. Hoffmann, 1940, TL: Mexico (Ver))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.

Mimoides ilus branchus (TYPE of Papilio branchus ab. pallidior C. Hoffmann, 1940, TL: Mexico (Ver))
Photo taken by Gerardo Lamas and digitized by the Tropical Andean Butterfly Diversity Project, funded by the Darwin Initiative.
Any use of this image, except for personal study, requires prior written consent of the housing institution.


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