Swallowtail-Butterfly
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Swallowtail Butterfly
The next time you’re visiting Grand Central, keep an eye out for the biggest butterfly there.
Published 31 December
The next time you’re visiting Grand Central, keep an eye out for the biggest butterfly there. That’s the female Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly. See if you can spot our Mini Beast Swallowtail Butterfly on Ground Level, outside Vapiano. It’s so big, it can’t be missed.

Did you know?

The Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly (Papilio Aegeus) is especially common in Queensland where there are many citrus trees on which the larvae feed. Their wingspan is about 140 millimetres in females and 120 millimetres in males, making it the largest butterfly commonly seen in Brisbane. Our butterfly is proximity-activated, so watch what happens as you make movement near it.
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