Delias aganippeCommon name: Red-spotted Jezebel

Distribution: Found in Western Australia from Exmouth to Esperance. Also found in every other Australian state except Tasmania.

Description: Wingspan up to 63 millimetres.

Notes: Occurs in woodland where the larval food plants grow. The caterpillars are known to feed on mistletoes.

This butterfly has been seen in September and November.

References: The Complete Guide to Butterflies of Australia. Michael F Braby. 2016