Top 10 Most Beautiful Butterflies You've Never Seen...!

Well. Let's see about the 10 most beautiful butterflies we all know.

1. Zebra Longwing Butterfly

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            This species may be found from South and Central America to southern Florida and Texas in the United States.

The zebra longwing butterfly is black with pale yellow zebra-like stripes, as the name suggests. They have a wing span of 7.2-10 cm and the underside of the wings is significantly lighter in color than the top.

Longwing Zebra Butterflies have an odd diet that consists entirely of pollen, making their body skin toxic to predators.

2. Ulysses Butterfly

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The Ulysses Butterfly is a big butterfly with a 14 cm wingspan (5.5 in). Their wings feature a lovely blue top side and a black and brown underside.

These lovely butterflies can be found in the tropical rainforests of Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands.

3. Peacock Pansy

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Cambodia and South Asia are home to peacock pansy. The top surface of the wings is orange-yellow with brown borders, prominent eyespots, and coastal lines. Adults have 5.4-6.2 cm wingspan (2.1-2.4 in).

The underside of the peacock pansy's wings varies with the seasons, which is an interesting feature. During the dry season, they are mostly brown, but during the rainy season, they develop extra eyespots and lines.

4. Emerald Sowtailwall

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         This is without a doubt one of the most amazing butterflies on the planet. The emerald swallowtail, which is native to Asia, has a wingspan of 8-10 cm (3.1-3.9 in) and a dark green to black coloring with emerald green metallic streaks.

The emerald swallowtail butterfly's underside is black with orange, white, and blue patches along the borders of the hindwings.

This species may be found in Burma, Borneo, Sumatra, Indonesia (Nias and Simeulue Islands), and the Philippines (Palawan, Balabac, Basilan, Cuyo, Busuanga, and Dumaran).

5. Monarch butterfly

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        The upper side of the monarch butterfly's wings, which are orange with black veins and white dots, distinguishes it. The bottom seems to be quite similar, although it is browner in hue rather than orange.

They have a wingspan of 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4 in) and a flying speed of 9 km/h (5.5 mph).

The monarch butterfly could be found throughout the Americas from southern Canada to northern South America. Bermuda, the Cook Islands, Hawaii, Cuba, the Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Australia, the Azores and Madeira in Portugal, the Canary Islands in Spain, Gibraltar, the Philippines, and North Africa are also home to this species.

6. Eighty-Eight Butterfly

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      The eighty-eight butterfly is a species endemic to Central and South America's cold damp tropical woods. It gets its name from the outlines of the number "88" on the underside of the wings.

The top side is dark brown with a bluish-green metallic stripe on the forewings.

7. Sunset Moth

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       This moth, which is native to Madagascar, is classified as a butterfly. It may be found across the island, with the best time to see it between March and August.

They have a 7-9 cm (2.8-3.5 in) wingspan but may expand to 11 cm (4.3 in). Its tail and bright wings are similar to those of swallowtail butterflies. That's why it's often mistaken for a butterfly.

Sunset moths are black with red, blue, and green patterns.

8. Glasswinged Butterfly

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       This butterfly is famous for its transparent wings, which aid in camouflage in nature. It is most typically found in Central and Northern South American tropical rainforests.

The wings may seem tiny, yet they can carry up to 40 times their own weight. So it's a lot stronger than it seems.

9. Goliath Birdwing Butterfly

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      The Goliath birdwing butterfly is one of the most beautiful butterflies in the world. It is located in New Guinea and has the world's second-biggest biggest wingspan, measuring up to 28 cm (11 in).

Males and females have distinct appearances. Males have black, green, and yellow wings, while females have dark brown wings with yellow spots on the hindwings.

10. Forest Giant Owl Butterfly

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           The owl butterfly is identified by large eyespots on the wings that are like owl eyes. They are large butterflies with wingspans of up to 20 cm.

They can be found in rainforests and secondary woods in Mexico, Central America, and South America.


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