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Sevenia pechueli, the Spotted Lilac Tree Nymph, is a butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It is found in Nigeria, Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Namibia. The habitat consists of woodland, especially in marshy areas.
Adults are attracted to fermenting fruit, sucking trees and excrement.
The larvae feed on Maprouna africana, Sapium ellipticum and Hymenocardia species.
- Sevenia pechueli pechueli (southern and western Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Namibia)
- Sevenia pechueli rhodesiana (Rothschild, 1918) (western and southern Tanzania, Malawi, northern Zambia)
- Sevenia pechueli sangbae (Hecq & Peeters, 1992) (northern Nigeria, northern Cameroon, Congo, Central African Republic)
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