domingo, 1 de julio de 2007

Efecto mariposa. Papilio crino

"El simple aleteo de una mariposa puede desencadenar un huracán en el otro extremo del mundo" (Teoría del caos)

Datos de las imágenes: Nikon Coolpix 4600. Modo macro automático. Con flash, y sin flash, respectivamente. Butterfly Park de Castelló d'Empúries (Girona). 30/06/07

Reino: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Clase: Insecta
Orden: Lepidoptera
Familia: Papilionidae
Género: Papilio
Especie: crino

English:
The Common Banded Peacock (Papilio crino) is a species of swallowtail butterfly found in South Asia.

The adult Common Banded Peacock has a brownish black upperside, with green scales. Both wings have a bluish green discal band, pointed towards the apex in the male. A red/crimson semilunar marking is present in the apex of the hind wing. The hind wing is marked with a red-ringed black ocellus in the tornus and a green or blue-tipped tail. Bands are broader in the male than in the female. Its underside is similar to the upperside but with dull pale greenish brown to blackish brown with clear bands. Its wingspan is 80-100mm. It is a swift flier with wavering flight. It is abundant mostly during south-west monsoon season. Cilia of both fore and hindwings brown alternated with white. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen dark brownish black; the head, thorax and abdomen above with a sprinkling of glittering green scales.



3 comentarios:

Nicolas Moulin dijo...

De momento ni idea Monica, eso si preciosa mariposa sin duda. Buscare. beso

Nicolas Moulin dijo...

The Common Banded Peacock (Papilio crino) is a species of swallowtail butterfly found in South Asia.

The adult Common Banded Peacock has a brownish black upperside, with green scales. Both wings have a bluish green discal band, pointed towards the apex in the male. A red/crimson semilunar marking is present in the apex of the hind wing. The hind wing is marked with a red-ringed black ocellus in the tornus and a green or blue-tipped tail. Bands are broader in the male than in the female. Its underside is similar to the upperside but with dull pale greenish brown to blackish brown with clear bands. Its wingspan is 80-100mm. It is a swift flier with wavering flight. It is abundant mostly during south-west monsoon season. Cilia of both fore and hindwings brown alternated with white. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen dark brownish black; the head, thorax and abdomen above with a sprinkling of glittering green scales.

These are found mostly in Lower Bengal; Central and Southern India; Ceylon.

Scientific classification :
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Papilionidae
Genus: Papilio
Species: P. crino

http://www.treknature.com/gallery/Asia/India/photo96654.htm

Ireth dijo...

Gracias Nico, no sé qué haria sin ti!
Un besito