This is another large and widespread group ranging from India to New Guinea and the Solomons.
All the species have a greater part of the underside hind wing yellow, white or orange with no specific markingn the exception is Delias apatela which has a white post-discal line. The border of the wing is dark, and usually has a series of spots.
Delias alberti was once considered part of this group but has now been moved to the isse group.
There is one member of the group which is not well placed, Delias echidna.