PALE TRIANGLE FACTS
The Pale Triangle has a pale blue central area on the forewings and the inner half of the hindwings is pale blue. The leading edge and outer edge of the forewings, and the outer edge of the hindwings have a broad black border with pale blue squarish spots. The butterfly flies rapidly.
Pale Green Triangle, Pale-blue Triangle, Great Jay
wingspan: male 59mm; female 62mm
rainforests, vine thickets
butterfly larvae feed on
found along coastal area from Cape York in Queensland to northern New South Wales. There is also a subspecies found in the top end of Northern Territory.
|Common Name:||Pale Triangle|
Relatives in same Genus
Green Spotted Triangle (G. agamemnon)
Five-barred Swordtail (G. aristeus)
Macleay's Swallowtail (G. macleayanus)
Blue Triangle (G. sarpedon)