Wood White Butterfly: The wood white butterfly is a rather delicate-looking species, often overlooked along with other members of the white butterfly family. It is creamy-white with grey tips to the upper-forewings, and has grey veins on both upper and hind wings.
Crimson Rose swallowtail butterfly (Pachliopta hector). A very striking looking tailed butterfly with prominent white bands on its forewings. Like the Common Rose, this butterfly is also very interesting for the amateur naturalist to observe. The Crimson Rose is very fond of flowers, especially Lantana.Nectar appears to be essential for the butterfly and a higher nectar intake is thought to increase egg production.