| Not just one, but three assorted rare butterfly
species are seen here in a vertical formation.
Centered in this particular display is the graphium
evemon, a.k.a. the common jay butterfly. This swallowtail
species is often confused with the common blue
bottle butterfly when observed in flight due to
the similar colors and markings between the two
species. The common jay is butterfly
often found in Singapore, and can be seen on most
sunny days in many of the nature reserves there.