Australian Native Butterflies

Australia has more than 400 species of butterfly, the majority of which are continental species, and more than a dozen endemic species from remote islands administered by various Australian territorial governments. The largest butterflies in the world are endemic to the Australasian ecozone. They are the birdwings—Ornithoptera and other genera—of the Troidini tribe of swallowtail butterflies (Papilionidae).
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