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|Graphium doson, the common jay, is a black, tropical papilionid (swallowtail) butterfly with pale blue semi-transparent central wing bands that are formed by large spots. There is a marginal series of smaller spots. The underside of wings is brown with markings similar to upperside but whitish in colour. The sexes look alike. The species was first described by father and son entomologists Cajetan and Rudolf Felder.|
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- [2019-05-21 3:55]
Hi Ram,the quality isn't the best but a difficult light and a specie always difficult to take because very nervous,so an useful post showing this big and beautiful species,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Amazing specie of butterfly. Very interesting colors.
Ciao Ram, great macro of fantastic butterfly, perfect focus, wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid ssharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Very nice butterfly and capturing its image is real joy.
un magnifique spécimen, bien présenté avec de bons détails et une bonne netteté.
The leaves are framing well the insect. The point of view is showing the details of the Common Jay butterfly. The light is enhancing the beauty of thecolors. Have a nice day.