Unusual incidence of dwarf butterflies following protracted rains in Southern Queensland
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In April 2010, unusually large proportions of small individuals were recorded in the following butterfly species: Papilio aegeus, Tirumala hamata and Hypolimnas bolina. This trend was not evident in Euploea core. Starvation following earlier population surges may explain this trend.
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