PodotrichaMargarita Beltrán and Andrew V. Z. Brower
IntroductionMembers of this genus occur at mid elevations in the Andes of South America. Adults of P. telesiphe are impressive mimics of Heliconius telesiphe.
Penz CM (1995) Description of the early stages of Podotricha telesiphe (Nymphalidae: Heliconiinae). J. Lepid. Soc. 49: 246-249.
Vane-Wright RI, Ackery PR and Smiles RL. (1975) The distribution, polymorphism and mimicry of Heliconius telesiphe (Doubleday) and the species of Podotricha Michener (Lepidoptera: Heliconiinae). Trans. R. Ent. Soc. Lond. 126: 611-636.
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