7 Most Beautiful Butterflies In The World

Zebra Longwing Butterfly: With its striking black color and zebra-like stripes, this butterfly spans South and Central America, reaching southern Texas and Florida.

Ulysses Butterfly: Sporting a stunning blue upper wing, this butterfly inhabits tropical rainforests in Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands, boasting a wingspan of 14 cm.

Peacock Pansy: Found in Cambodia and South Asia, this butterfly's wings change with the seasons, displaying orange-yellow hues during the dry season and additional eyespots during the wet season.

Emerald Swallowtail: Among the world's most beautiful butterflies, this species dazzles with dark green to black wings and emerald green metallic bands, native to parts of Asia including Burma, Borneo, and the Philippines.

Blue Clipper Butterfly: Adorning forested areas of South and Southeast Asia, this fast-flying butterfly features stunning blue wings, adding vibrant color to its surroundings.

Eighty Eight Butterfly: Native to Central and South America's wet tropical forests, this species is named for the "88" marks on the underside of its wings, boasting a dark brown upper side with metallic bluish-green bands.

Monarch Butterfly: Recognizable by its orange wings with black veins and white spots, this butterfly spans the Americas, from Canada to South America, also found in various other regions including Australia and North Africa.