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Graphium sarpedon Linnaeus, the common bluebottle butterfly belongs to the swallowtail family, Papilionidae. Found in eastern Australia as well as south and southeast Asia.
The common bluebottle butterfly has an astounding 15 different vision cells in their eyes, compared to other insects recording a maximum of 9. Having a larger number of photoreceptors they are able to detect a greater range of colours, lighting and movement.
Dimensions 75 x 75 x 20mm.
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