Chilades sanctithomae is a butterfly in the Lycaenidae family. It is found on São Tomé Island. The species was first founded in the settlement of São Nicolau located south and above Monte Café which is now in the Me-Zochi district. It was described by Emily Mary Bowdler Sharpe in 1893.
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- Chilades at Markku Savela's website on Lepidoptera
- Afrotropical Butterflies: Lycaenidae - Tribe Polyommatini (part 1)
- Bálint, Z.,1999. Annotated list of type specimens of Polyommatus sensu Eliot of the Natural History Museum, London (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Neue Entomologische Nachrichten 46: 3–82.
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