Pretty sure the leafwings are not a pair of glaucone. The left one looks like it, but the right one looks like a male Memphis laertes, one of my favorite leafwings!
True! From the little experience I have with Anaea, looking at the body of the "female", it must be a male. I took the picture because that specimen attracted my eyes, I really like the combination of blue and brownish red.
On insect fairs, just like on the internet, you have to be careful as misidentifications can happen.
Hey Olivier, by the way I asked my "man on the ground" at the fair to get me something special. So he showed me a photo of that Delias case with that "big Bertha" Delias mayersferi in it for 895 euro. He said the problem was that off to the side this British gent and some young French guy in his 30's were arm wrestling for the privilege of ownership of that specimen. So I said well --- best not to get between two lions and their meat. Better find me something else. Don't suppose you saw those two fellows when you were there? Ha ha.