A gynandrous specimen has been recorded, in which the right side is male.
Gynandrous specimens of this and also the following species have been noted.
Other aberrations have been named, and at least one gynandrous specimen is known.
Gynandrous specimens, one side ♂ the other ♀, have been recorded.
Porritt (List of Yorkshire Lepidoptera) mentions two gynandrous specimens.
Now and then gynandrous specimens are obtained, the one side normal male and the other side typical female, or var.
Gynandrous specimens of this butterfly sometimes occur, but these are very rare.