Neonsegelfalter / Graphium agamemnon
The Graphium agamemnon, also known under the synonyms Papilio agamemnon, Papilio atreus and Papilio mynion, belongs to the genus Graphium within the family of knight butterflies (Papilionidae). The neon sail butterfly is called green-spotted triangle, tailed green jay, tailed jay or green triangle. The neon sail butterfly reaches a wingspan of about 8.0 to 10.0 centimetres. The upper side of the male is black and the forewings have green markings. At the outermost base of the wings there is a short greenish stripe. The underside is smoky-brown or brownish-black, more or less pink. Some markings are visible in the apical area and along the forewings. The markings are similar to those on the top, but less clear and slightly grey. The hind wings are black and inside they are covered with reddish spots. The cilia are very narrow and pale pink. The head, the antennas, the thorax and the abdomen show a black coloring. Greenish-grey stripes are visible on the upper side of the thoax and on the sides of the abdomen. The female is similarly colored as the male, but along the dorsal edge on the upper side and underside there is a greenish-white stripe.