the Table Mountain BeautyAndrew V. Z. Brower
IntroductionA large and striking satyrine species native to South Africa and eastern Zimbabwe. Larvae feed on grasses. Adults frequent red flowers, and are the sole pollinators of the orchid Disa uniflora.
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