- Papilio acantha Donovan, 1805 [Original combination]
- Tisiphone acanthe Hübner, 1823 [synonym according to funet.fi]
- Geitoneura acantha ocrea (Guest, 1882) [subspecies according to funet.fi]
Nach [Global Biodiversity Information Facility] kommt die Art in Australien vor.
Locus typicus gemäß Erstbeschreibung: New Holland.
(Autor: Michel Kettner)
- Original description: Donovan, E. (1805): An Epitome of the Natural History of the Insects of New Holland, New Zealand, New Guinea, Otaheite, and other Islands in the Indian, Southern, and Pacific Oceans: Including the Figures and Descriptions of One Hundred and Fifty-Three Species of the more Splendid, Beautiful, and Interesting Insects, Hitherto Discovered in those Countries, and which for the most Part have not Appeared in the Works of any Preceding Author. The Figures are Correctly Delineated from Specimens of the Insects; and with the Descriptions are Arranged According to the Linnæan System, with Reference to the Writings of Fabricius and other Entomologists: I-IV; pl. -; unpaginated text pages. London.