These were discussed at length on the old forum and nobody was very impressed with the use of the word aberration for the type of crippled specimen that most people would just throw away, especially as some people were tying to sell them for a premium price.
This gynandromorph H.bolina is an incredible specimen bichos ! Congrats! It's mainly a bilateral,but also with mosaic on the left(on the female's) side. And is in perfect,fresh condition! I'm not a collector of gynandromorphs,but I like this specimen.
If it's a bilateral gynadromorph no; a true bilateral is split down the middle of the abdomen so it has male genitalia on one side and female on the other. In groups where the claspers are obvious such as Papilionidae it's very easy to see that there is only a clasper on one side.
I guess that if it's predominantly one sex with a bit of colour from the other sex there's no reason why it shouldn't be fertile, it would depend on how screwed up it was!