Life History of the Tailed Jay (Graphium agamemnon agamemnon) As with most Graphium species, the wings are produced at the forewing. Graphium agamemnon, also called Tailed Jay or Green-spotted Triangle Butterfly is a common butterfly from Australasia / Indomalaya ecozone (Australia). Graphium agamemnon, commonly called the Tailed Green Jay, is a common and beautiful species seen in most Indian towns and villages close to forest areas.
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The first description of this butterfly was in by Linnaeus. Graphium ScopoliSpecies: This is just wonderful! Graphium agamemnonthe tailed jay  is a predominantly green and black tropical butterfly that belongs to the swallowtail family.
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Thank you so much for your quick reply! The early stages of the Tailed Jay feed on young leaves of several plants in the Annonaceae family. To family tree Genus: Ventral view of Tailed Jay Graphium agamemnon. Graphjum hindwing size Odonata mm.
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The Julia Heliconian’s Samba Continues They are seldom seen drinking from damp patches. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. Here you can see the subspecies Graphium agamemnon menides. Search in all groups Search within this group. Have a nice day!
Graphium agamemnon (Tailed Jay, Green-spotted Triangle Butterfly)
This world agaemnon shows the ecozones in which this butterfly is distributed. Eggs and early stages of the Tailed Jay are typically found on saplings of the host plants at low heights. Two views of agamsmnon 3rd instar caterpillar, early in this stage, length: Several geographic races are recognized. The butterfly is black with many green spots. Food scarcity could not be an issue, as the caterpillar was kept in a safe place and was fed fresh leaves everyday!
Indian Foundation for Butterflies — Butterflies of India.
Female wingspot color Odonata. Fauna of British India. Here you can see another exemplar of Tailed Jay Graphium agamemnon.
Graphium agamemnon – Tailed Jay – Butterflies of India
We always love your very encouraging comments on the blog. Graphium agamemnon is one of the most widespread species in the genus, being found from India and Sri Lanka to Hong Kong, and through the archipelago to Papua New Guinea, Queensland and the Solomon Islands. Festival of Biodiversity !
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