Graphium weiskei, commonly known as the "iske's Swallowtail," is a of butterfly belonging to the Papilionidae family. It is native to Papua New Guinea and is renowned for its stunning and vibrant appearance. The Weiske's Swallowtail is characterized by its iridescent blue coloration on its wings, accented with striking black and red markings. This combination of colors makes it a highly sought-after subject for butterfly enthusiasts and collectors.
In its natural habitat, Graphium weiskei can be found in the rainforests of Papua New Guinea, where it plays a role in pollination and contributes to the biodiversity of the region. Its striking appearance and graceful flight make it a captivating sight for those fortunate enough to observe it in the wild.
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