Delias aganippe, the wood white or red-spotted Jezebel, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It is endemic to Australia. The wingspan is 60–70 mm. The larvae feed on Exocarpos, Santalum and Amyema species.
Delias aganippe is listed in the following regions:
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MapsANBG Bicentennial Park Bimberi Nature Reserve Black Mountain Bullen Range Callum Brae Commonwealth & Kings Parks Coombs Ponds Cotter Reserve Fadden Hills Pond Gilmore Paddocks Illilanga & Baroona Lake Ginninderra Lions Youth Haven Lower Cotter Catchment Lower Molonglo McQuoids Hill Molonglo River Reserve Mount Ainslie Mount Ainslie to Black Mountain Mount Majura Mount Taylor Mulligans Flat Namadgi National Park National Arboretum Woodland QPRC LGA Red Hill Nature Reserve Stony Creek Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Tuggeranong Hill Uriarra Recreation Reserve Wanniassa Hill
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PlacesActon, ACT Ainslie, ACT Aranda, ACT Banks, ACT Belconnen, ACT Bonner, ACT Booth, ACT Boro, NSW Cook, ACT Coombs, ACT Coree, ACT Cotter River, ACT Currawang, NSW Downer, ACT Fadden, ACT Forde, ACT Gilmore, ACT Googong, NSW Gungahlin, ACT Hackett, ACT Hall, ACT Hawker, ACT Holder, ACT Hughes, ACT Hume, ACT Jerrabomberra, NSW Kambah, ACT Macgregor, ACT Majura, ACT McKellar, ACT Michelago, NSW Molonglo Valley, ACT Murrumbateman, NSW O'Connor, ACT Paddys River, ACT Parkes, ACT Queanbeyan West, NSW Red Hill, ACT Rendezvous Creek, ACT Stromlo, ACT Symonston, ACT Tennent, ACT Theodore, ACT Tuggeranong DC, ACT Waramanga, ACT