the Leopard SilverlinesAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Apharitis acamas
- Apharitis buchanani
- Apharitis cilissa
- Apharitis epargyros
- Apharitis gilletti
- Apharitis maxima
- Apharitis mymecophila
- Apharitis nilus
IntroductionApharitis occurs in the eremic zone of north Africa, the Middle East and India (Lrson 2005). Larvae are associated with Crematogaster ants.
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