01. Emerald Swallowtail ( Papilio palinurus )
The dorsal sides of the wings are covered by a powder of green scales and the background vary from dark greenish to black, with broad bright emerald green metallic bands. The flight of these butterflies is swift and quite fast. This species can be found primarily in South East Asia adopt by :
02. Small White
Pieris rapae This is one of the most widespread species found in the British Isles and can be found almost everywhere. It is relatively scarce in northern Scotland but has been seen as far north as Orkney and Shetland. It is believed that this butterfly can fly up to 100 miles in its lifetime although, undoubtedly, most butterflies will only travel a mile or two. Adopt by :
03. The Blue Tiger (Tirumala limniace)
is a butterfly found in India that belongs to the Crows and Tigers, that is, the Danaid group of the Brush-footed butterflies family. This butterfly shows gregarious migratory behaviour in southern India. This species migrates extensively during the Monsoons in southern India. The migratory populations have been observed to be nearly entirely consisting of males.