Colias dimera, the Dimera sulphur, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It is found in the Tropical Andes subregion of the Neotropical ecozone (Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador). The species was first discovered in Colombia. It is the most abundant butterfly in the interior of Ecuador. The wingspan is 35–40 mm (1.4–1.6 in). There are two female forms: one is similar to the males, while the other is yellowish/greenish white.

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  • Colias dimera, the Dimera sulphur, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It is found in the Tropical Andes subregion of the Neotropical ecozone (Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador). The species was first discovered in Colombia. It is the most abundant butterfly in the interior of Ecuador. The wingspan is 35–40 mm (1.4–1.6 in). There are two female forms: one is similar to the males, while the other is yellowish/greenish white. (en)
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  • *Colias dimera ab. meridensis (Neuburger, 1905)
  • *Colias dimera ab. semperi (Strecker, 1873)
  • *Colias dimera f. alba (Berger, 1937)
  • *Colias dimera f. andromorpha (Fernández, 1928)
  • *Colias dimera f. superba (Berger, 1937)
  • *Colias dimera mariae (Apolinar, 1914)
  • *Colias dimera var. fassli (Apolinar, 1914)
  • *Colias erythrogramma (Kollar, 1850)
  • *Colias erythrogrammus (Kollar, 1850)
  • *Colias minuscula f. peruviensis (Dufrane, 1947)
  • *Colias tolima (Fassl, 1915)
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  • Colias dimera, the Dimera sulphur, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It is found in the Tropical Andes subregion of the Neotropical ecozone (Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador). The species was first discovered in Colombia. It is the most abundant butterfly in the interior of Ecuador. The wingspan is 35–40 mm (1.4–1.6 in). There are two female forms: one is similar to the males, while the other is yellowish/greenish white. (en)
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  • Colias dimera (en)
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