Achillides

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Achillides
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Papilio bianor
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Achillides

Hübner, 1819

Achillides, the peacock swallowtails,[1][2] are a subgenus within the genus Papilio containing 25 species.

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  • Chou, I. ; F. Yuan & Y.-L. Wang, 2000: New species, new subspecies, and new record of butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) from China (II). Entomotaxonomia 22(4): 266-274.
  • Shimogori, Y., 1993: A new subspecies of Achillides form Indonesia (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Futao 12: 17.
  • Shimogori, Y., 1997: A new subspecies of Achillides from Yapen Is., Indonesia (Lepidoptera : Papilionidae). Futao 24: 25-27.
  • Späth, M., 1992: Zwei neue taxa der gattung Papilio Linnaeus, 1758 aus Indonesien. (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Entomologische Zeitschrift 102 (16): 289-304.
  • Wang, Z.-G. & Y. Niu, 2002: New species of butterflies (Lepidoptera) from China, II. Entomotaxonomia 2002 (4): 276-284.
  • Bauer, E. & Frankenbach, T., 1998: Schmetterlinge der Erde, Butterflies of the world Part I (1), Papilionidae Papilionidae I: Papilio, Subgenus Achillides, Bhutanitis, Teinopalpus. Edited by Erich Bauer and Thomas Frankenbach. Keltern : Goecke & Evers ; Canterbury : Hillside Books ISBN 978-3-931374-62-4 for Papilio doddsi Janet, 1896