orange albatross (Appias nero), rare albatross (Appias ada)
Grose-Smith, H. & Kirby, W.F. (1887-1892): Rhopalocera exotica, being illustrations of new, rare and unfigured species of butterflies London 1:x, [1-183]. Plate Pierinae Appias I
Appias nebo synonym for Appias nero galba (Wallace, 1867)
Appias nero flavius Grose-Smith, 1892
Appias ada florentia Grose-Smith & Kirby, 1894
Date 2 February 2014, 21:38:54
Author Henley Grose Smith, d.1911; Kirby, W. F. (William Forsell Kirby), 1844-1912
The orange albatross (Appias nero) is a butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites. The species occurs from northern India to the Sunda Islands, the Philippines, Sulawesi and eastwards.
The rare albatross (Appias ada) is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It is found on the Moluccas, New Guinea, Indonesia and in Australia and the Solomon Islands.