Colotis agoye, the speckled sulphur tip, is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It is found in the Afrotropic ecozone.
The wingspan is 30–44 mm in males and 32–45 mm in females. The adults fly year-round in warm areas, peaking from March to June.
The larva feed on Boscia and Cadaba species.
The following subspecies are recognised:
- C. a. agoye (Mozambique, southern Zimbabwe, northern and eastern Botswana, northern Namibia South Africa)
- C. a. bowkeri (Trimen, 1883) (south-western Botswana, southern Namibia, South Africa)
- C. a. zephyrus (Marshall, 1897) (Ethiopia, Somalia)
- ^ a b Colotis at Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms
- ^ a b Woodhall, Steve (2005). Field Guide to Butterflies of South Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: Struik. ISBN 978-1-86872-724-7.