July 16, 2024

Visiting the beautiful butterfly garden of Texas is truly an ever-remembering experience. If you are not a resident of Texas, perhaps, it is time to book your trip to the tropical butterflies garden.

Buttery discovery in Texas

The beautiful buttery garden in Texas will let you experience witnessing the different and colorful species. These are the species that would amaze your eyes. If this is your first time discovering a beautiful kaleidoscope of butterflies, give them time to know them and learn to classify what buttery it is.

Classifications of butterfly species:

  • Glasswinged butterfly. It is called the genus of the clearwing butterfly, Greta. The species is in the brush-footed butterfly family Nymphalidae, found in the Caribbean, Central America, and South America.
  • Leopard Lacewing. It is called Cethosia cyane, a species of Heliconiine butterfly found in India, Southern China, and Indochina. The range expanded in the last few decades and arrived in the Malay Peninsula and Singapore.
  • Mocker Swallowtail. It is known as Papilio Dardanus, the African swallowtail or flying handkerchief, a butterfly species in the Papilionidae family. The species is distributed across Sub-Saharan Africa. It is described as the most interesting butterfly in the world.
  • Pearl Charaxes. Also, it is known of the other names:
    • pearl emperor
    • Karkloof emperor
    • Charaxes Varanes

It is a butterfly from the Nymphalidae family found in Africa, from Saudi Arabia to South Africa. The species has a 65-70 mm wingspan in male and a 70-90mm in females. The flight period of the butterfly is year-round.

  • Scarlet Mormon. It is known by its other name red Mormon, the Papilio Rumanzovia butterfly from Papilionidae butterfly family. The species is found in the Philippines but is recorded as a traveler in Southern Taiwan.
  • Variable Cracker. It is known by its other name Blue cracker. Hamadryas Feronia species of butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It can be found southwards to Brazil and in Southern parts of North America.
  • White Morpho. It has the other name Polyphemus white morpho, a white butterfly of Central America and Mexico.

There are more species of these colorful and beautiful insects residing in the Texas tropical butterfly garden. If you are a butterfly lover, why not level more of your wonders about these insects? Don’t simply collect butterfly figures, paints, and prints. Why not witness it with your bare eyes and take the chance to capture these beautiful insect species?

See how these tropical insects would create color and beauty in the garden.