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Scarlet Mormon

Papilio deiphobus rumanzovia


The wingspan is 120–140 mm. The male strongly resembles the male Papilio ascalaphus, but lacks the tail at the bottom wing. (Wikipedia) The fourth and the fifth pic shows the male butterfly.


butterfly house Vianna; in the wilde: southern Asia, mainly found at the Philippines


Second picture shows the butterfly with it's friend the "Great Mormon"

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Wien, Wien, Austria

Lat: 48.21, Long: 16.37

Spotted on Jan 4, 2012
Submitted on Jan 8, 2012

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The Common Mormon ♂ Lime butterfly Papilio machaon Old World Swallowtail

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Great Mormon hornet nest Unknown spotting Papilio bianor