National Butterfly Campaign^

Quest For The National Butterfly Of India. 

Of more than 1400 Butterfly species found in India, 7 species have been shortlisted for the citizen poll by The National Butterfly Campaign Consortium: A group of butterfly experts, enthusiasts and nature-lovers from all over India. Read more about the selection Procedure in English, Bengali  

Polling Ends ON : 8th October 2020 

A glimpse of the Shortlisted Butterfly Species for The National Butterfly of India

Yellow Gorgon (Meandrusa payeni)
Yellow Gorgon (Meandrusa payeni)
Orange Oakleaf (Kallima inachus)
Orange Oakleaf (Kallima inachus)
Northern Junglequeen (Stichophthalma camadeva)
Northern Junglequeen (Stichophthalma camadeva)
Krishna Peacock (Papilio krishna)
Krishna Peacock (Papilio krishna)
Five-bar Swordtail (Graphium antiphates)
Five-bar Swordtail (Graphium antiphates)
Indian Jezebel (Delias eucharis)
Common Nawab (Charaxes bharata)

^ National Butterfly Campaign is an initiative by the National Butterfly Campaign Consortium. The Google Form and all photographs used in this page are property of the National Butterfly Campaign Consortium and rescpective service providers and used here for non-profit promotional purpose only. Wild Tripura Foundation is not responsible for the authenticity of any views, ideas, or information provided by the National Butterfly Campaign Consortium and will not take responsibility for copyright infringement of the materials shared here in this page by any other party. 
For more details about the campaign in Tripura, members of the consortium, copyright information, etc, please contact :

 

Suman Bhowmik,
(Member, National Butterfly Campaign Consortium)  

Lepidoptera Conservation and Research Division,
Wild Tripura Foundation. Agartala, Tripura-07
Email: sumanbhowmikwildlife@gmail.com

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Yellow Gorgon (Meandrusa payeni)

Yellow Gorgon (Meandrusa payeni)