The beautiful moths and butterflies of the tropical Asian jungles...
Butterflies and moths feed on various things. Usually they take nectar from flowers, however, some species may also drink juice from fruit (as pictured above, Thailand)....
...or even liquid from animal faeces (as pictured above, Sepilok Borneo).
Pergesa acteus, 'Green Pergesa Hawk Moth', (Samarn Bird Camp, Thailand)
Erebus hieroglyphica, 'Owl Moth' (Samarn Bird Camp, Thailand).
Eudocima phalonia, 'Common Fruit-piercing Moth' (Thailand).
Papilio bianor, 'Chinese Peacock'.
Papilio paris, 'Paris Peacock Butterfly'. Widespread acrosss tropical Asia, from India to Java.
Papilio rumanzovia, 'Scarlet Mormon', 'Red Mormon'.
Lamproptera meges, (Subic Bay, Philippines).
Ideopsis vulgaris, 'Blue Glassy Tiger' (Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand).
Vindula dejone, 'Malay Cruiser'. (Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand). Found throughout south-east Asia.
'Dead Leaf Moth'. But what is species?