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27Dec2005. Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, Malaysia.

27Dec2005. Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, Malaysia.

La prima di una serie:

trogonoptera brookiana

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This is a male Rajah Brooke's Birdwings.

 

Birdwings are large, tropical papilionid butterflies native to mainland and archipelagic Southeast Asia and Australasia (with one Indian species), and are usually regarded as belonging to three genera: Ornithoptera, Trogonoptera and Troides. Some authorities include additional genera and the number of species range between 10 and 30 depending on the taxonomic treatment. Birdwings are named for their exceptional size, angular wings, and birdlike flight.

 

The Rajah Brooke butterfly (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from rainforests in Borneo and Malaysia; this butterfly is the national butterfly of Malaysia. The wings of the male butterflies are black and each forewing has seven teeth-shaped electric-green markings (the smaller hindwings are also black with green markings). The wings of the female butterflies are browner with prominent white flashes at the tips of the forewings and at the base of the hindwings. The head is bright red and the body is black with red markings. The larval host plant is Aristolochia foveolata. Adults sip fruit juices and flower nectar. Classification: Family Papillonidae, Subfamily Papilloninae.

A beautiful birdwing butterfly from the rainforests of Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo. Named after James Brooke, the white Rajah of Sarawak. The female is distinguished from the male by it's wings that are browner with prominent white flashes at the tips of the forewings and at the base of the hindwings

 

The Rajah Brooke’s birdwing belongs to the group of butterflies in the family Papilionidae known as the ‘birdwings’ particularly because of their outstandingly big size, pointed wings and their bird-like flight. Apart from that, their resting state posture is unlike other butterflies.

 

This is the national butterfly of Malaysia

 

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"Trogonoptera Brookiana"

A bunch of puddling Rajah Brooke's birdwing butterflies (Trogonoptera brookiana ssp. albescens). Can you spot the two odd ones out? Perak, Malaysia. More butterflies (and how important they are to our rainforests) here: orionmystery.blogspot.com/2011/01/butterflies-and-rainfor...

 

Odd ones: One is Great Mormon. And one top maybe Red Helen or Black and White Helen.

外型特殊而美麗的紅頸鳥翼蝶,是馬來西亞的國蝶,但是在蘇門答臘與婆羅洲也可以發現牠們的蹤跡.此蝶可分為十個亞種.

Rajah Brookie's Birdwing is the national butterfly of Malaysia, however, it is also distributed in Sumatra & Borneo. It can further be divided into 10 subspecies.

Photo taken at Penang Butterfly Farm, Malaysia.

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna, Sumatra, and various small islands west of Sumatra. The butterfly was named by the naturalist Alfred R. Wallace in 1855, after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing is a protected species, listed under Appendix II of CITES, meaning that international export is restricted to those who have been granted a permit.

Its wingspan is 15–17 cm (5.9–6.7 in).

 

It is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

The Rajah Brooke butterfly (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from rainforests in Borneo and Malaysia; this butterfly is the national butterfly of Malaysia. The wings of the male butterflies are black and each forewing has seven teeth-shaped electric-green markings (the smaller hindwings are also black with green markings). The wings of the female butterflies are browner with prominent white flashes at the tips of the forewings and at the base of the hindwings. The head is bright red and the body is black with red markings. The larval host plant is Aristolochia foveolata. Adults sip fruit juices and flower nectar.

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna and various small islands west of Sumatra (Banyak, Simeulue, Batu and Mentawai). The butterfly was named by the naturalist Alfred R. Wallace in 1855, after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

 

The wings of the male butterflies are black and each forewing has seven teeth-shaped electric-green markings (the smaller hindwings are also black with green markings). The head is bright red and the body is black with red markings. The wings of the female butterflies are browner with prominent white flashes at the tips of the forewings and at the base of the hindwings. Both genders resemble the more restricted relative, the Palawan Birdwing, but (among others) males of the Rajah Brooke's Birdwing have more green to the rearwings. The larval host plant is Aristolochia foveolata. Adults sip fruit juices and flower nectar.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing is a protected species, listed under Appendix II of CITES, meaning that international trade is restricted.

 

The butterfly is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

Trogonoptera brookiana (Male, upperside)

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Situated 1,500 meters above sea level, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s largest and famous highland resort. It is surrounded by lush untouched greenery with a climate reminiscent of a cool spring day, is the perfect place to recharge your batteries and gain sweet relief from the pressures of the city.

 

Seeing a butterfly in the open is a rare sight these days. Get a change to see many different species of butterflies which used to be a common sight in the highlands many years ago. A walk through an enclosed area where each species of butterfly is happily floating around in a lush, plant-filled garden is the highlight. There are two butterfly farms in

Cameron Highlands and the are both located around the Kea Farm area.

 

Visiting a place with so many beautiful butterflies was a real surprise and pleasure to look at. I have captured many photos of butterflies on the flowers, but then I thought it would not give it a right scale. Human hand seemed as a perfect way to show how large these butterflies are.

 

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Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana ) Family:Papilionidae Tribe: Troidini Genus: Trogonoptera Species: T. brookiana Synonyms: Troides brookiana (old name) ~National butterfly of Malaysia~

#201004-26 ~ B l a c k m a g i c

 

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Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana ) Family:Papilionidae Tribe: Troidini Genus: Trogonoptera Species: T. brookiana Synonyms: Troides brookiana (old name)

 

The Trogonoptera brookiana is, like all other Birdwings, a special butterfly. It is distinctive and is a large butterfly with a wingspan of 15~17cm. (5.9~6.7in). Found in the rainforests of Borneo and the Malaysian Peninsula, it was named by naturalist Alfred R. Wallace in 1855, after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

 

This butterfly is strictly protected. This is the national butterfly of Malaysia and it is listed in the appendix II of CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species).

 

The wings of the male butterflies are black and each forewing has seven teeth-shaped electric-green markings. The smaller hindwings are also black with green markings. The colours change when viewed at a diagonal . The females are brown with prominent white flashes at the tips of the forewings and at the base of the hindwings. The head is bright red while the body is black with red markings.

 

The larval host plant is aristolochia foveolata (collectively known as birthworts, pipevines or Dutchman's pipes), making this butterfly unpalatable to predators. Adults sip fruit juices and flower nectar. This photo was taken at Kipandi Butterfly Park.

紅頸鳥翼蝶雌蝶腹面的色彩特殊,頗具神秘之美~

Taken at Penang Butterfly Farm, Malaysia.

will you remember me?

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=B51hO8McLbs

 

How clearly I first saw you smilin' in the sun

Want to feel your warmth upon me

Standin' on the edge of something much too deep

It's funny how we feel so much but we cannot say a word

 

Don't let your life pass you by

Weep not for the memories

 

:copyright: All rights reserved Anna Kwa. Please do not use this image on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission

   

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以往看過許多此蝶群聚吸水的照片,心想大概頗容易搞定. 結果當我第一次見到他時(在訪花),真是吃了一驚: 這傢伙振翅怎麼這麼快!?只好調高ISO加閃燈以及連拍,用高速快門來捕捉牠的身影了........

I was amazed while the first time seeing it nectaring: How fast it is flapping its wings !! So I have to use high ISO to freeze its movement in photograph~

A bunch of puddling Rajah Brooke's birdwing butterflies (Trogonoptera brookiana ssp. albescens). Can you spot the two odd ones out? Perak, Malaysia. More butterflies (and how important they are to our rainforests) here: orionmystery.blogspot.com/2011/01/butterflies-and-rainfor...

 

Odd ones: One is Great Mormon. And one top maybe Red Helen or Black and White Helen.

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Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana albescens)

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These amazing butterflies (called a birdwing) are often seen flying along rivers or anywhere in the landscape. Here the only time I had a chance to photograph one settled. A huge butterfly with an impressive flight.

August 2013.

Malaysia.

The butterfly is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna and various small islands west of Sumatra (Banyak, Simeulue, Batu and Mentawai). The butterfly was named by the naturalist Alfred R. Wallace in 1855, after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing is a protected species, listed under Appendix II of CITES, meaning that international trade is restricted.

 

View my complete album of this butterfly.

 

Ce papillon est le papillon nationale de la Malaisie.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) est un papillon ornithoptères noir et vert électrique de la forêt tropicale de la péninsule Thai, malaise, à Bornéo, Natuna et diverses petites îles à l'ouest de Sumatra: (Banyak, Simeulue, Batu et Mentawai). Ce papillon a été nommé par le naturaliste Alfred Wallace R. en 1855, pour James Brooke, le Rajah de Sarawak.

Birdwing Rajah Brooke est une espèce protégée, inscrite à l'Annexe II de la CITES, ce qui signifie que son commerce international est limité.

 

Voir mon album complet sur ce papillon.

  

Papilionidae, Papilioninae: Trogonoptera brookiana albescens ♂

 

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The butterfly is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna and various small islands west of Sumatra (Banyak, Simeulue, Batu and Mentawai). The butterfly was named by the naturalist Alfred R. Wallace in 1855, after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing is a protected species, listed under Appendix II of CITES, meaning that international trade is restricted.

 

View my complete album of this butterfly.

 

Ce papillon est le papillon nationale de la Malaisie.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) est un papillon ornithoptères noir et vert électrique de la forêt tropicale de la péninsule Thai, malaise, à Bornéo, Natuna et diverses petites îles à l'ouest de Sumatra: (Banyak, Simeulue, Batu et Mentawai). Ce papillon a été nommé par le naturaliste Alfred Wallace R. en 1855, pour James Brooke, le Rajah de Sarawak.

Birdwing Rajah Brooke est une espèce protégée, inscrite à l'Annexe II de la CITES, ce qui signifie que son commerce international est limité.

 

Voir mon album complet sur ce papillon.

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Rajah Brooke's Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) is a distinctive black and electric-green birdwing butterfly from the rainforests in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna & Sumatra. The butterfly was named after James Brooke, the Rajah of Sarawak.

 

Rajah Brooke's Birdwing is a protected species.

It is the national butterfly of Malaysia.

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