Most Beautiful Butterfly’s Species On Planet Earth

Today we are going to talk about the most beautiful butterfly’s species on planet earth. This type of insect is known as the most beautiful and diverse insect in the universe. There are more than 250,000 species of these beautiful butterflies and each of them is very stunning and beautiful. Butterflies are considered to be the most attractive in the world. So let's gather a little more information about the most beautiful butterfly’s species on planet earth.

Apollo Butterfly

Apollo Butterfly

The scientific name for this type of butterfly is Parnassius apollo. This butterfly has a beautiful white body and attractive eyespots on its beautiful wings. The Apollo Butterfly has many black eyespots on the front and this Butterfly also has four red eyes. This type of butterfly is found in parts of France, Spain and Italy. Apollo Butterfly's defensive strategy also makes them very attractive. In the larval form, these types of butterflies are dark in color.

Blue Morpho

Blue Morpho

The scientific name for this type of butterfly is Morpho menelaus. This butterfly is known as one of the thirty species of butterfly in the subfamily Morphina. The wingspan of Blue Morpho is about 12 cm. And Blue Morpho's dorsal forewings and hindwings are found in bright, cloudy blue with black edges.

The Blue Morpho is found mainly in the tropical forests of Central and South America. The underpants of the Blue Morpho's wings are brown and the butterflies have many eyes. This butterfly is easy to hide from predators such as birds, frogs and lizards. Due to the typical blue color of Blue Morpho, Morpho Manel is considered valuable among us collectors. And deforestation is a major threat to the survival of the Blue Morpho.

Dead Leaf Butterfly

Dead Leaf Butterfly

The scientific name of this type of butterfly is Kallima inachus. This butterfly is also called the orange oakleaf, Indian oakleaf. This beautiful Leaf Butterfly is found in tropical Asia from India to Japan. Dead Leaf Butterfly is closely related to the dry leaf with dark veins when the wings are closed. The Dead Leaf Butterfly is considered the perfect example of a cute animal camouflage. The underside of the wings of this type of butterfly is brown and dark. The upper parts of the Dead Leaf Butterfly have bright colors including orange, white, brown and blue.

Eighty Eight Butterfly

Eighty Eight Butterfly

The scientific name of this type of butterfly is Diaethria clymena. The Eighty Eight Butterfly is known as a species of butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. The Eighty Eight Butterfly is found in Mexico, Peru and Brazil. The wingspan of this butterfly is about 30-40 millimeters. The Eighty Eight Butterfly wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. The Eighty Eight Butterfly has black markings on the red and white under the wings. The brightness and thickness of the black markings on the wings vary in different types of butterflies.

Emerald Swallowtail

Emerald Swallowtail

This type of butterfly is known as the sapphire-swallowing and green-striped peacock, the Papilionidae family. Emerald Swallowtail is native to Southeast Asia. Emerald Swallowtail is regularly kept in butterfly houses around the world. The Emerald Swallowtail is the largest and most colorful butterfly in the universe. This butterfly has shiny green banded wings. The structural colors on the wings of the Emerald Swallowtail also have yellow and blue reflections.

Giant Owl Forest Butterfly

Giant Owl Forest Butterfly

The scientific name for this type of butterfly is Caligo eurilochus. These types of butterflies are mostly known for the eye straps present on their wings that look like their own real eyes. The Giant Owl Forest Butterfly belongs to the owl butterfly family. And the Giant Owl Forest Butterfly is native to Central and South America. The upper wing of this butterfly is yellowish brown with purple borders. Giant Owl Forest Butterfly eats mainly fruits and Giant Owl Forest Butterfly has a lifespan of 125 to 150 days.

Glasswinged Butterfly

Glasswinged Butterfly

The scientific name of this type of butterfly is Greta oto. This butterfly is known as a species of butterfly filled with brush feet. And Glasswinged Butterfly is a member of the subfamily Denini, the tribe Ithomiinae, and the subtribe Godridina. Also found in Glasswinged Butterflies are beautiful transparent wings. Glasswinged Butterflies are found in Colombia and Mexico. All thanks to the transparent wings of the Glasswinged Butterfly It is very, very difficult for predators like reptiles and birds to catch them. This butterfly is mainly due to their reddish-brown borders that they are somewhat visible.

Amber Phantom Butterfly (Haetera piera)

Amber Phantom Butterfly (Haetera piera)

The scientific name for this type of butterfly is Haetera piera. This type of butterfly is known as a butterfly species of the subfamily Satyrinae in the Nymphalidae family. Amber Phantom Butterfly is found in Ecuador, Guyana, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Venezuela. Amber Phantom Butterfly's wings are transparent making it very difficult to hunt. The Amber Phantom Butterfly is known as one of the most beautiful butterflies in the world. This type of butterfly has brown color on the border of its wings which greatly enhances its beauty.

Monarch Butterfly

Monarch Butterfly

The scientific name of this type of butterfly is Danaus plexippus. This type of butterfly is a milkweed butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. The Monarch Butterfly may be the most familiar of the North American butterflies. And the Monarch Butterfly is considered an iconic pollen species.

The wings of the Monarch Butterfly have an easily recognizable orange and white pattern. The wingspan of this butterfly is 8.9–10.2 cm. Monarch Butterfly also has a few orange spots near their tips. The shape and color of the wings of the Monarch Butterfly change at the beginning of the migration and the wings of the Monarch Butterfly appear redder and more elongated than the subsequent migration.

Peacock Pansy

Peacock Pansy

The scientific name of this type of butterfly is Junonia almana. Peacock Pansy is found in South Asia. The Peacock Pansy exists in two different adult forms and differs mainly in the pattern on the underside of its wings. Peacock Pansy has a yellowish brown color and brown edges on the upper part of the wings. Peacock Pansy also has a beach bar and ‘peacock eyespots’.

Sylphina Angel

Sylphina Angel

This type of butterfly is also known as Chorinea sylphina. Sylphina Angel is found in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. Adult Sylphina Angel flies in full sunlight but occasionally Sylphina Angel settles under the leaves of plants. This type of butterfly has almost transparent wings. The inner transparent part of the Sylphina Angel is lined with beautiful outer black wings. Sylphina Angel's gorgeous tail represents a fusion of pink, blue and green.

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