The common tiger (Danaus genutia) is one of the common butterflies of India. It belongs to the “crows and tigers”, that is, the Danainae group of the brush-footed butterflies family. The butterfly closely resembles the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) of the Americas. Both sexes of the butterfly have tawny wings with veins marked with broad black bands.
The wingspan is 75 to 95 mm.
Species: Danauss genutia
Frame: 5” x5” with Glass
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Each specimen may slightly vary from the photos as nature is unique. The specimen I work with are not rare or endangered and come either insect farming programs (often run by governments or conservation groups), breeders and sustainable sources. For more information, please see our ethics page.
|Dimensions||16 × 16 × 3.5 cm|