Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly Papilio lowii

Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly female
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly female dark - form alcanor?
The Great Yellow Mormon is also called Asian Swallowtail (confusingly, as others have this name, including the Chinese Yellow Swallowtail, Papilio xuthus) and the Sunset Swallowtail. Native to Indonesia, Borneo and the Philippines, its wingspan can reach 125mm/5 inches. The females (above) and males (below) look very different and the female has many different forms.
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly male
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly male
The male Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly topside looks like a tailed version of the male Great Mormon, with additional sandy speckling.
Great Yellow Mormon Butterflies coupled
Asian Swallowtail Butterflies coupled
Male and female Great Yellow Mormon butterflies coupled -- both look similar to their Great Mormon counterparts.
Great Yellow Mormon Butterflies coupled A dark female form coupled with a tattered male
Great Yellow Mormon Butterflies coupled underside Underside of one of the above pairs - the male has tails, unlike the Great Mormon male
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly male The sandy-streaked, tailed male in the above pair.
Great Yellow Mormon male underside
Great Yellow Mormon male
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly male
The male underside, above left, and more tailed male Great Yellow Mormons, above centre and right, with a sandy gold wash on their black forewings
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly female white forewings Female: tailless, white forewings, dark, spotted hind wings
Asian Swallowtail Butterfly white forewings Tailless, white forewings
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly female Tails, white forewings, dark, spotted hind wings with blue scales
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly female
Sepia forewings
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly laying eggs
Great Yellow Mormon Butterfly ovipositing
Side view: yellow-bodied female laying eggs on underside of leaf