COMMON CLUBTAIL BUTTERFLY - LOSARIA COON
Papilio (Losaria) coon, the Common Clubtail, is a species of butterfly within the family Papilionidae. It’s found in woodlands across East and Southeast Asia, most notably in China, India, and Indonesia. Members of the species boast wingspans between 3.9 and 4.7 inches, and are sexually dimorphic with the females having slightly broader wings and shorter hindwing tails than the males. Both sexes are similar in coloration: dull-black forewings with pale patches between the veins, and deep-black hindwings with white patches all over the surface. There’re small red patches along the lower perimeters, excluding the all-black spatulate tail from which the species’ common name is derived.
Papilio coon is a very striking species, both in size and form; our specimens are all remarkable decorative additions to any space. Our all-natural, intact specimens (no fake parts here!) are all of first-rate quality, delicately prepared, mounted, and framed with double-glass glazing in our very own fabrication studio in Upstate New York. We model our frames from solid fine ashwood, and they’re available in both a matte-black, and a natural finish.
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Dimensions: 6.00"W x 7.00"H x 1.63"D
Scientific Name: Papilio coon
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