I don’t know of any himera-etylus natural hybrid, whereas several have been obtained in laboratory crosses.
Considering the traces of yellow bar on HW underside, this means at least three subspecies involved: himera for the HW red broadening, etylus or lativitta for the FW band and rays, and favorinus for the yellow bar. So in my opinion it should be a lab coss or a farmed specimen.
El Rosario Dept. El Oro 800m SW Ecuador 4/2011
Same considerations as above:
at least three subspecies involved: himera, etylus or notabilis, and favorinus. So in my opinion it should be a lab coss or a farmed specimen.