Abisara neavei, Neave’s Judy or Neave’s Banded Judy, is a butterfly in the Riodinidae family. It is found in Nigeria, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. The habitat consists of primary and gallery forests, as well as the fringes of submontane forests.
The larvae feed on Maesa lanceolata.
- Abisara neavei neavei (Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, western Kenya, north-western Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo (Kasai, Lomami, Lualaba, Tanganika and Maniema)
- Abisara neavei congdoni Kielland, 1985 (Tanzania)
- Abisara neavei dollmani Riley, 1932 (Democratic Republic of Congo: south to Lualaba and Shaba, northern Zambia)
- Abisara neavei kivuensis Riley, 1932 (Democratic Republic of Congo: north-east to Uele, Ituri and Kivu)
- Abisara neavei latifasciata Riley, 1932 (Nigeria, north-western Cameroon)
- Abisara neavei mahale Kielland, 1978 (western Tanzania: Mahale Mountains, especially the western slopes of Mount Kungwe)
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