| Set in a black frame with green matte board,
the Papilio Lorquinianus butterfly is another member
of the Swallowtails. It gets it's name because
of it's tailed hind wings that suggest the tail
of a swallow. Closely related to the Ulysses group,
the Lorquinianus belongs to a group of four species,
two of which occur just outside the Australian
region in Indonesia.