Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Featuring amazing pictures of the exhibition "Butterflies in the greenhouse, which is traditionally held each winter in the south of London, Botanical Garden Weasley, owned by Royal Horticultural Society.

Weasley Garden Royal Horticultural Society in Surrey in south of London is the is one of the most popular botanical gardens of Great Britain. The garden was founded in 1878 by George Ferguson Weasley. On the 24 hectares he had made "Experimental oak grove, where intended to grow plants that are difficult to breed.

Each year from January 15 to February 27, this magnificent exhibition held for tropical butterflies. In the department of tropical greenhouses thousands of beautiful butterflies flit freely. This year 16 species of tropical butterflies were presented. Entry is free always free for this event.


Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

These exhibitions each year attracts a lot of visitors with children.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Peleida Morpho (Morpho peleides) - a huge butterfly from South America. Sweep of its wings from 7,5 to 20 cm in a rapid strokes of its huge, iridescent wings of these butterflies can even scare away a predator.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Rumyantsev (Scarlet Swallowtail). Butterfly from the south-east Asia, a wingspan of up to 11 cm Females of these butterflies are usually brightly painted more than males.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Catch (Pailio lowi). This butterfly is found on the Philippine island of Palawan.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Atrofaneura Semper (Atrophaneura semperi). Also the Philippine butterfly. Wingspan can reach 15 cm

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Kotzebue (Pachliopta kotzebuea). Philippine poisonous butterfly.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Memnon (Papilio memnon). This butterfly is common in Southeast Asia.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Toas (Papilio thoas). South American butterfly, wingspan can reach 13 cm

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Kaligo Memnon (Caligo memnon). Butterfly of the Amazon rainforest. Larvae of these moths are able to devote a special substance that deters them from ants.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Peleida Morpho (Morpho peleides)

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Ornithopter golden (Troides rhadamantus). Pointed wings and flight technology makes this a great Filipino butterfly like a small bird. Hence the name of the butterflies: ornithopters - ptitsekrylki.

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Kotzebue (Pachliopta kotzebuea)

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Sailboat Memnon (Papilio memnon)

Butterflies exhibition at Botanical Garden Weasley

Ideya white (Idea leuconoe). This butterfly lives in the tropical forests of China, Malaysia and the Philippines. Sweep their wings can reach 15 cm


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