|Amathuxidia amythaon ottomana and Amathuxidia plateni suprema with related species in Seitz|
Amathuxidia, commonly known as the koh-i-noors, is a genus of butterflies in the Nymphalidae family. They are large showy butterflies, brown with blue forewing bands and hindwing "tails". They range from Indochina to Sulawesi.
- Amathuxidia amythaon (Doubleday, 1847) – koh-i-noor
- Amathuxidia morishitai Chou & Gu, 1994
- Amathuxidia plateni (Staudinger, ) – Platen's kohinoor
- "Amathuxidia Staudinger, " at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms
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