| No, it's not a spotted cow...it's a real butterfly!
Known as the Papilio Dardanus, this unusual butterfly
species, from the Central African Republic, is
creamy white in color with velvet-like black spots
on it's upper side and it has a creamy
white underside with
carmel colored detailing. The Papilio Dardanus
is probably the most common swallowtail butterfly
in Africa and is said to come in a number of races
and different forms, with literally dozens of female
forms named to this species!