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  Two-tailed Bhutan Glory (Bhutanitis Mansfieldi)

  Bhutanitis mansfieldi has black wings, on which, there is whitish yellow stripes. The width of the yellow stripes is almost the same with the black base stripes. There are 2 tails in the outer edge of the hind wings. The outer tail is longer and bigger in its end, like a thumb. Thus, it looks as if it has 3 tails. It has eyelashes above its compound eyes, which are seldom seen in butterflies. Its larva feed on Aristolochia moupinensis. The wingspan of Bhutanitis mansfieldi is 60-70 mm. It only distributes in Yunnan and is listed as class 2 state protection animal.

 

                    

 


  
  

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