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Another name for the Malachite butterfly is Pearly Malachite. It is from the Family Nymphalidae. The wingspan is approximately 2 1/2 to 4 inches across, or about 10 centimeters. It is the females that are larger but have paler wings.  They love to eat flower nectar, rotting fruit (and also bird droppings or carrion). You can find them in orchards or even in more domesticated gardens.

Red crackers are a medium-sized brush-footed butterfly, species of the genus Hamadryas. Their common name is due to the unusual way that males produce a "cracking" sound as part of their territorial displays. This genus of butterflies are found throughout South America to Arizona, and at least nine species can be found in Costa Rica. See wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamadryas_(butterfly

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The Cairns Birdwing (Ornithoptera euphorion) is a species of birdwing butterfly endemic to northeastern Australia, and is Australia's largest endemic butterfly species. Other common names include Cooktown Birdwing and Northern Birdwing.[1] The name Cairns in its common name is a reference to the Queensland, Australia city in the region where this butterfly is found.

MALACHITE BUTTERFLY (Siproeta stelenes meriodonalis) ©pbertner Siproeta stelenes, commonly known as the Malachite, is a neotropical brush-footed butterfly (family Nymphalidae). The malachite has large wings that are black and brilliant green or yellow-green on the uppersides and light brown and olive green on the undersides. It is named for the mineral malachite, which is similar in color to the bright green on the butterfly’s wings.

Mother-of-Pearl (Protogoniomorpha parhassus)

The Malachite (Siproeta stelenes) is a neotropical brush-footed butterfly (family Nymphalidae). The malachite has large wings that are black and brilliant green or yellow-green on the uppersides and light brown and olive green on the undersides. It is named for the mineral malachite, which is similar in color to the bright green on the butterfly's wings. The wingspread is typically between 8.5 and 10 cm. The malachite is found throughout Central and northern South America.

The Eastern Festoon (Zerynthia cerisy) is an Old World papilionid butterfly whose geographical range extends from the Balkans to include Turkey and the near Middle East. It is named for Alexandre Louis Lefèbvre de Cérisy.

Dark Green Fritillary (argynnis aglaja). Apparently so named by someone who was color blind

The Postman Butterfly, Common Postman, or simply Postman is one of the heliconiine butterflies found from Mexico to northern South America. Wikipedia Scientific name: Heliconius melpomene