The ulysses butterfly is found on every continent besides Antarctica. It is located in the majority of exotic locations like North Queensland, Northern islands of Australia as well as Papua New Guinea. They live listed below the Canopy in a Rainforest.
They eat Nectar from flowers, when they are feeding they also pollinate the blossom. When flying or feeding they could be quickly seen. When wings are closed they conveniently camouflage.
There wingspan is 100 – 130 mm (9 centimeters). There caterpillar is green as well as white to assimilate with the plants it preys on.
They are a plain brown colour under their wings and also grownups have metal blue wings with a black border around. There very easy to recognise because of its electrical blue wings. They have 4 wings that overlap.
This butterfly could see something blue 30m away. The Ulysses Butterfly is the sign for Tropical Queensland. The ulysses butterfly is just one of one of the most greatest butterflies in Australia. Its usual name is Blue Hill Butterfly.
This butterfly has hundreds of lenses in each eye. It has no lungs but rather it has little holes on each side of its body to breath via. It has green blood. It uses its feet for sampling as well as its antennas for scenting.