Definition of Ornithoptera. Meaning of Ornithoptera. Synonyms of Ornithoptera

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Definition of Ornithoptera

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Meaning of Ornithoptera from wikipedia

- Troides mixtum Ornithoptera rothschildi × Ornithoptera priamus poseidonOrnithoptera akakeae Ornithoptera victoriae × Ornithoptera priamus urvilli****...
- Ornithoptera is a genus of birdwing butterflies found in the northern portion of the Australasian realm, east of Weber's line; the Moluccas, New Guinea...
- Ornithoptera goliath, the Goliath birdwing, is a birdwing butterfly found in New Guinea. It is the second largest butterfly in the world, after the Queen...
- Ornithoptera priamus, the common green birdwing, Cape York birdwing, Priam's birdwing, northern birdwing or New Guinea birdwing is a widespread species...
- What was originally described as Ornithoptera allotei, is a natural hybrid between Ornithoptera victoriae and Ornithoptera priamus urvilli****. The Queen...
- Ornithoptera alexandrae, the Queen Alexandra's birdwing, is the largest species of butterfly in the world, with females reaching wingspans slightly in...
- Ornithoptera paradisea, the paradise birdwing, is a species of birdwing butterfly found in New Guinea. Arnold Pagenstecher and Staudinger both described...
- Ornithoptera croesus, the Wallace's golden birdwing, is a species of birdwing butterfly found in northern Maluku in Indonesia. It is a member of the Ornithoptera...
- Ornithoptera chimaera, the chimaera birdwing, is a birdwing butterfly of the family Papilionidae. It is found in mountain areas of New Guinea, 1000 meters...
- Ornithoptera euphorion, the Cairns birdwing, is a species of birdwing butterfly endemic to north-eastern Australia, and is Australia's largest endemic...
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