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The Asian Swallowtail or Great Yellow Mormon Papilio lowi is a large butterfly that belongs to the family Papilionidae the swallowtail butterflies. The butterfly has a small distribution range and is only found on the Indonesian island of Borneo and the Philippine islands Palawan and Balabac. Males are characterized by bluish black dorsal wing surface with faint white striping on the hindwing. Both males and females have tails. Females are characterized by a pale yellow dorsal forewing surface with black veins and edging, and a triangular red spot where each wing attaches to the body. The hindwings are black with white and red spots and tails.
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