1.Blue Morpho-Blue morpho butterfly is one of the largest butterflies in the world with wingspan 5-6 inches. They are mainly found in tropical forests of South and Central America.

2. Zebra Longwing Butterfly-Zebra longwing butterfly is the official butterfly of Florida of United States, declared in 1996. As it’s name implies the butterfly has low narrow wings.

3.Peacock Pansy-The peacock pansy butterflies are recognized by their striking eyespots. The fascinating butterflies are native to South Asian countries.

4.Eighty Eight Butterfly-The beautiful eighty eight butterfly native to South America. They are named after the black and white stripes on their underwing  that outline the number ‘eighty eight’.

5.Forest Giant Owl Butterfly-The huge eye pattern on their wings actually look like eyes of many predators. It help the giant own eye butterflies to escape from potential predators like lizards.

6.Sylphina Angel-The sylphina angel butterflies like to fly and search for food alone. But on clear days they also found in group of tens to hundreds of butterflies beneath the leaves of plants.

7.Apollo Butterfly-The apollo butterfly is easily recognized by it’s attractive white body with eyesposts on the wings. The forewings of apollo butterflies have number of black eyespots.

8.Glasswinged Butterfly-The butterfly’s most common English name is glasswinged butterfly and its Spanish name is mariposa de cristal, which means “crystal butterfly”. 

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