Common Baron Butterfly

The Common Baron Butterfly (Euthalia aconthea) belong to family Nymphalidae. It is a medium-sized butterfly with a wing span of 55-80mm. Though it's not colored like other species, but still has a remarkable shape and shades. Common Barons feed on rotten fruits vegetables and plant sap . However, its larva host plant is mango tree. Common Barons are found in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Sunderland.

Common Baron Butterfly
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6 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

He is looking right at you. I have not been able to get one land on me for a long time. Maybe I smell bad to them.

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Marvin said...

The varying shades and patterns on the Common Baron Butterfly are beautiful. Great shots!

Osaid said...

Great!
Look at her eyes..

MedaM said...

What wonderful photos! I love that patterns on butterfly winfs and the face of butterfly on the third photo made me smile. :-)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Stunning!! I am always fascinated with the variety of patterns and colos in butterflies.

巴伦 said...

Very nice,
Could you please identify a winged insect (butterfly or moth) that I photographed
last December?
It can be seen here on my blog.

Http://pattersonmissouri.blogspot.com/

Thank you,
Baron Photography.