This flower is called the Mazarine Blue. It is also extinct in the British Isles and is very rare to find. This is the butterfly that Clegg mentions he would catch only once in his lifetime because it is prize worthy. Only once because if it were to happen, it would be a miracle.
The Leopard Lacewing (Cethosia cyane), female butterfly. The female is similar to male but with the orange background replaced with a pale yellowish to whitish coloration, and has its hindwing endowed with more discal and postdiscal black spots.
Indian Leaf Butterfly...Two sides to this species Quite a few butterflies have exceptionally bright top sides and then drab camouflaged underwings for when they are at rest. It would be hard to imagine a stronger contrast than this Indian leaf butterfly.