Catagramma cynosura, photographed by Alberto Salguero.

Belongs within: Nymphalidae.

Catagramma is a genus of butterflies found in Central and South America, the males of which have unusually thickened forelegs.

    |--C. anna B66
    |--C. astarte (Cramer 1780) [=Papilio astarte, Callicore astarte] B66
    |--C. codomannus (Fabricius 1781) [=Papilio codomannus, Nymphalis codomanus] B66
    |--C. cynosura B66
    |--C. eluina Hewitson 1855 B66
    |--C. eunomia S55
    |    |--C. e. eunomia S55
    |    `--C. e. incarnata S55
    |--C. janeira Felder 1862 B66
    |--C. marchalii B66
    `--C. pygas (Godtart 1823) S55

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B66] Butler, A. G. 1866. Notes on some species of butterflies belonging to the genus Catagramma. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1866: 578-580.

[S55] Schröder, H. 1955. Eine Falter-Ausbeute aus dem westlichen Bolivien. (Ins. Lepid. Rhopal.) Senckenbergiana Biologica 36: 329-338.

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