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Gita Persada Butterfly Park

Indonesia, known as a mega biodiversity country, has more than 6,000 species of butterflies. Many of these species are in the brink of extinction. Gita Persada Butterfly Park was founded to counter the extinction. Gita Persada Butterfly Park founded in 1997 by Anshori Djausal and Herawati Soekardi as a model … Continue reading

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Butterflies Paintings for Sale!

You can donate to us by buying these lovely butterfly paintings. For more infos you can email us in contact us page. If you interested on our paintings just drop us an email with the painting codes. We will send you the larger resolution pictures of the paintings and we … Continue reading

Species Checklist 201303

Last Update March 2013 1 Atrophaneura coon 2 Atrophaneura nox 3 Graphium agamemnon 4 Graphium doson 5 Graphium sarpedon 6 Maendrusa payeni 7 Pachliopta aristolochiae 8 Papilio demoleus 9 Papilio demolion 10 Papilio helenus 11 Papilio iswara 12 Papilio memnon 13 Papilio nephelus 14 Papilio palinurus 15 Papilio peranthus 16 … Continue reading

pseudocoladenia dan

pseudocoladenia dan

This lovely hesperiid love shade very much. Often found resting on top of fern leaves. This butterfly is quite common in Gita Persada.

Pintara pinwilli

Pintara pinwilli

We found a new member to our butterfly park.  On  the 10th of February 2008, this striking orange colored hesperiid seen sipping on murraya flowers.  Pintara pinwilli is the latin name for the striking hesperiid. With the flourish rainy season, we hope we can find many more new species in … Continue reading

Pirdana hyela

Pirdana hyela

Somehow this hesperiid become abundant in our park, once we know the host plant. Always perched in forest area of our park this shades loving butterfly brought the its jade colored wing to the darker forest.

Lotongus avesta

Lotongus avesta

This yellow band palmer can be seen quite easy in our park. And the striking yellow band made it quite easy to recognized.

Choaspes subcaudatus Choaspes subcaudatus #2

Choaspes subcaudatus

Definitely, one of the most beautiful butterfly i’ve  ever seen. The jade colored wing with bright orange hind wing patch made this butterfly stands out from the other.

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