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Australian Faunal Directory
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Life Science Identifier (LSID):

urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:4dc8ab10-f765-420f-abc1-ee38fcb28180

LSIDs are persistent, location-independent,resource identifiers for uniquely naming biologically significant resources including species names, concepts, occurrences, genes or proteins, or data objects that encode information about them. To put it simply, LSIDs are a way to identify and locate pieces of biological information on the web.

Data Links

JSON

For a JSON view of this data, click here

WMS

To use WMS services, copy and paste the following GetCapabilities URL into your OGC client (e.g. uDIG, ESRI ArcGIS)
http://biocache.ala.org.au/ws/ogc/ows?q=species:Papilio (Eleppone) anactus
For higher taxa, this will give you a hierarchical listing of layers for each taxon.

RDF

To download an RDF/XML document for the concepts and names click here
A JSON view of this information is here here
A html view of this information is here here

Further details

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Species presence
 Recorded In Australia

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  • representative image of taxa
    Source: AM Scott Sisters Images
    Image by: Unsigned (Harriet or Helena Scott)
    Rights: Copyright Australian Museum

Online resources

Aussie Creatures
Images, Occurrence record
BowerBird
Images, Occurrence record
Butterfly House
Images
Citizen Science
Images, Occurrence record
Encyclopedia of Life
Description
Flickr EOL
Images, Occurrence record
NatureShare
Images, Occurrence record
OZ Animals
Distribution, Morphology, Habitat, Diet, Images, Occurrence record
Wikipedia
Distribution, Images, Occurrence record

Species Lists

Museums Field Guide apps species profiles – terrestrial invertebrates
Brief description: Clubbed antennae, without eyespots, without tails on hindwing.
Description : Above and below similar: forewing black with white and grey spots. Hindwing white with black veins and a series of blue and red spots in a broad black hind margin. Wingspan up to 7 cm.
Biology : Dingy Swallowtail caterpillars feed on citrus leaves, but do little harm to the plant. The well-camouflaged green and grey cocoon (pupal stage) can often be seen attached to twigs by a silk pad and girdle.
Habitat: Open eucalypt forests, woodlands and urban areas.
Native status: Native to Australia
Diet: Nectar
Colours: brown black white red orange
Distribution: Eastern mainland Australia.
Habitat types: Terrestrial
Commercial species: False
Flight Months: November-April
Author credit: Dr Ross P Field, Museum Victoria Sciences Staff / Museum Victoria

Names and sources

Accepted name Source
Papilio anactus

Common Names

Common name Source
Dainty Swallowtail
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Dingy Swallowtail
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Dingy Swallowtail Butterfly
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Dingy Swallowtail Caterpillar
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Small Citrus Butterfly, Dingy Swallowtail
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Dingy Swallowtail Caterpillar Pupa
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Dingy Swallowtail Caterpillar Starts Pupating
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Working classification

kingdom
ANIMALIA
phylum
ARTHROPODA
subphylum
HEXAPODA
class
INSECTA
suprageneric
Pterygotes
order
LEPIDOPTERA
zoological_division
DITRYSIA
superfamily
PAPILIONOIDEA
family
PAPILIONIDAE
subfamily
PAPILIONINAE
tribe
Papilionini
genus
Papilio
subgenus
Papilio (Eleppone)
species
Papilio (Eleppone) anactus  Recorded in Australia

Occurrence records

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Name references found in the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Name references found in the TROVE - NLA

Genbank

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