Family Papilionidae and subfamily Papilionainae with three species and two tribes; two species under tribe Papilionini, Papilio demoleus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Pachliopta aristolochiae (Fabricius, 1775), lastly tribe Leptocircini with one species record Graphium sarpedon (Linnaeus, 1758).
From old world Papilio demoleus is recognized with 6 species including; demoleus, libanius Fruhstorfer, malayanus Wallace, novoguineensis Rothschild, sthenelus Macleay and stenelinus Rothschild.
Clearly associated with this movement were many tens of Lime Butterflies Papilio demoleus
(like Blue-spotted Arab, classified as a 'moderate migrant' by Larsen 1984), and hundreds of the dragonflies Anax ephippiger and, especially, Pantala flavescens.
We report the first record of the citrus pest Papilio demoleus Linnaeus collected near Guanica in the United States, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, in March 2006.
Reportamos la primera ocurrencia de la mariposa asiatica Papilio demoleus en Puerto Rico qua fue coleccionado alrededor de Guanica, Puerto Rico, en marzo, 2006.
Papilio demoleus is recognized as a major pest of citrus throughout most of its Old World range, causing significant economic losses (Agribusiness Information Centre of India, 2005; Malaysian Tropical Fruit Information System 2004; Pakistan Agricultural Research Council 2003).
Papilio demoleus has a history of successful dispersal and range extensions throughout Asia.
Papilio demoleus has the potential to become a pest because it shows rapid population growth under favorable circumstances (Bhan & Singh 1997; Chatterjee et al.
Studies on some aspects of the biology and ecology of the citrus butterfly Papilio demoleus L.
Observation on the bionomics of Papilio demoleus in Guangzhou.
1995 Two New Records of Papilionid Butterflies from Brunei: Papilio demoleus
libanius Fruhstorfer and Pathysa (Paranticopsis) macareus macaristus (Grose-Smith, 1887).
Fine structure ofthe larval osmeterium of Papilio demoleus
libanius (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae).