The Blue Morpho is a member of the Morphidae species and are widespread in the rainforests of Central and South America as well as the West Indies. They have a wingspan of 3 – 3 1/4 inches (9.5 - 12 cm) and prefer a tropical environment. The males of this spectacular species have a deeper metallic-blue on their wings than the females, the underside of their wings have a striking pattern of black and yellow ringed eyespots. Blue Morphos fly rapidly through dense forests and are particularly active in bright sunlight. The caterpillar has fine brown, red, and black lines and has two yellow patches on the back with red lines running through them. The body is covered with reddish brown and white hairs, which form tufts on the back. It feeds on Machaerium seemannii, Lonchocarpus and other members of the pea family. If threatened, it releases a strong smelling scent from a gland located between the forelegs.
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