Euxanthe wakefieldi, the forest queen, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in South Africa, from KwaZulu-Natal to Swaziland and the north-eastern Limpopo Province, north into eastern Africa.The wingspan is 65–72 mm for males and 80–90 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from March to June.The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including Deinbollia oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species.

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  • Euxanthe wakefieldi, the forest queen, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in South Africa, from KwaZulu-Natal to Swaziland and the north-eastern Limpopo Province, north into eastern Africa.The wingspan is 65–72 mm for males and 80–90 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from March to June.The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including Deinbollia oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species. (en)
  • Euxanthe wakefieldi, the forest queen, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in South Africa, from KwaZulu-Natal to Swaziland and the north-eastern Limpopo, north into eastern Africa.The wingspan is 65–72 mm for males and 80–90 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from March to June.The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including D. oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species. They are notable for their spectacular horns. (en)
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  • *Euxanthe wakefieldi f. rubiginea (Le Cerf, 1923)
  • *Godartia wakefieldi (Ward, 1873)
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  • Euxanthe wakefieldi (en)
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  • Insecta (en)
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  • Euxanthe (en)
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  • Unbekannter Schmetterling im Udzungwa NP.jpg (en)
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  • In Udzungwa Mountains National Park (en)
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  • ♀ Euxanthe wakefieldi (en)
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  • Forest queen (en)
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  • E. wakefieldi (en)
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  • *Godartia wakefieldi (Ward, 1873) *Euxanthe wakefieldi f. rubiginea (Le Cerf, 1923) (en)
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  • Euxanthe wakefieldi, the forest queen, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in South Africa, from KwaZulu-Natal to Swaziland and the north-eastern Limpopo Province, north into eastern Africa.The wingspan is 65–72 mm for males and 80–90 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from March to June.The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including Deinbollia oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species. (en)
  • Euxanthe wakefieldi, the forest queen, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in South Africa, from KwaZulu-Natal to Swaziland and the north-eastern Limpopo, north into eastern Africa.The wingspan is 65–72 mm for males and 80–90 mm for females. Adults are on wing year round, with a peak from March to June.The larvae feed on Deinbollia species (including D. oblongifolia), Sapindus, Blighia, and Phialodiscus species. They are notable for their spectacular horns. (en)
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  • Euxanthe wakefieldi (en)
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  • Forest queen (en)
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