Green Spotted Triangle Butterfly or Graphium Agamemnon.
Aphoto of a tailed Jay butterfly taken in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa, India, in November 2008.A native of Australasia, it also can be seen in countries from India to New Zealand. It flits swiftly between flowers rarely resting but when it does settle its black wings and many green spots offer effective camouflage amongst the greenery, making it a challenge for the would be photographer to capture its fascinating shape and colouring. It is also known as a Green spotted triangle butterfly. Apparently a common butterfly in Australasia it is a smaller member of the Papilionidae family and its first description was provided by Carl Linnaeus, a Swedish medical practitioner and botanist as long ago as 1758.