Appias epaphia, the diverse white or African albatross, is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It is found in Africa, south of the Sahara. The habitat consists of forests and heavy woodland. The wingspan is 40–50 millimetres (1.6–2.0 in). Adults are on wing year round, but mainly from March to May in southern Africa. The larvae feed on Capparis species (including Capparis sepiaria), Maerua racemulosa, and Boscia albitrunca.

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  • Appias epaphia is een vlindersoort uit de familie van de Pieridae (witjes), onderfamilie Pierinae. Appias epaphia werd in 1779 beschreven door Cramer. (nl)
  • Appias epaphia, the diverse white or African albatross, is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It is found in Africa, south of the Sahara. The habitat consists of forests and heavy woodland. The wingspan is 40–50 millimetres (1.6–2.0 in). Adults are on wing year round, but mainly from March to May in southern Africa. The larvae feed on Capparis species (including Capparis sepiaria), Maerua racemulosa, and Boscia albitrunca. (en)
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  • *Appias (Glutophrissa) epaphia
  • *Appias epaphia ab. confluens (Hulstaert, 1924)
  • *Appias epaphia ab. decolorata (Hulstaert, 1924)
  • *Appias epaphia ab. infralimbalis (Strand, 1912)
  • *Appias epaphia ab. simplicior (Strand, 1913)
  • *Appias epaphia epaphia ab. lagai (Dufrane, 1947)
  • *Appias epaphia epaphia f. dido (Talbot, 1943)
  • *Appias epaphia eurynome (Stoneham, 1957)
  • *Appias epaphia f. aglaia (Stoneham, 1957)
  • *Appias epaphia f. arctimargo (Hulstaert, 1924)
  • *Appias epaphia f. ione (Stoneham, 1957)
  • *Appias epaphia var. limbophora (Strand, 1913)
  • *Appias sabina var. epaphiopsis (Gaede, 1916)
  • *Glutophrissa contracta (Butler, 1888)
  • *Papilio epaphia (Cramer,[1779])
  • *Papilio hypatia (Drury, 1782)
  • *Papilio saba (Fabricius, 1781)
  • *Pieris higinia (Godart, 1819)
  • *Pieris mahoboides (Holland, 1896)
  • *Pieris malatha (Boisduval, 1833)
  • *Pieris matuta (Doubleday, 1847)
  • *Pieris orbona (Boisduval, 1833)
  • *Pieris saba var. albida (Mabille, 1887)
  • *Pieris saba var. flava (Mabille, 1887)
  • *Appias epaphia epaphia ab. deficiens (Dufrane, 1947)
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  • Appias epaphia
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  • A. e. contracta
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  • A. epaphia
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  • Appias epaphia is een vlindersoort uit de familie van de Pieridae (witjes), onderfamilie Pierinae. Appias epaphia werd in 1779 beschreven door Cramer. (nl)
  • Appias epaphia, the diverse white or African albatross, is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It is found in Africa, south of the Sahara. The habitat consists of forests and heavy woodland. The wingspan is 40–50 millimetres (1.6–2.0 in). Adults are on wing year round, but mainly from March to May in southern Africa. The larvae feed on Capparis species (including Capparis sepiaria), Maerua racemulosa, and Boscia albitrunca. (en)
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  • Appias epaphia (nl)
  • Appias epaphia (en)
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