Euphaedra neophron, or the gold banded forester, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in eastern and southern Africa.
The wingspan is 55–65 mm for males and 60–78 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from February to July.
The larvae feed on Deinbollia oblongifolia and Blighia unijugata.
- E. n. neophron (northern Tanzania to northern KwaZulu-Natal, Malawi (Usambara Mountains), eastern Zimbabwe (Chirinda Forest, Sabi Valley))
- E. n. ellenbecki Pagenstecher, 1902 (northern Kenya, southern Somalia)
- E. n. kiellandi Hecq, 1985 (southern Tanzania)
- E. n. littoralis Talbot, 1929 (south-eastern Kenya (coastal forests))
- E. n. meruensis Carpenter, 1935 (Mount Kenya)
- E. n. rydoni Howarth, 1969 (Pemba Island)
- E. n. violacea (Butler, 1888) (Kenya (Taveta, Kasigau), northern Tanzania (Mount Meru, Mount Kilimanjaro))