Papilio (butterfly)

Abundance: 0.01 to 24.92% (median 3.06%)

Latitudinal range: -35.0° to 50.3°

Habitats: Mediterranean woodland (3), boreal forest/taiga (2), montane grassland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (15), temperate coniferous forest (1), temperate savanna (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (24), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (14), tropical/subtropical savanna (1)

Found in 62 samples

Australia: Shepherds Hill Recreation Park (first season)

Bhutan: Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary

Canada: Burnt Lands Provincial Park (unburned), Burnt Lands Provincial Park (burned)

China: Baishuijiang Natural Reserve

Cyprus: Pentadaktylos Range

Germany: Mittenwald

Ghana: Atewa Range Forest Reserve (non-disturbed forest), Atewa Range Forest Reserve (moderately disturbed forest), Atewa Range Forest Reserve (heavily disturbed forest)

India: Tuni, Kedarkanta, Istragad, Jakhol, Har-ki-Dun, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary I, Narapaka Village, Puyankutty Forest, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary IV, Department of Atomic Energy Campus (southwest monsoon), Siruvattukadu Kombei (F1), Siruvattukadu Kombei (P1), Gangotri National Park, Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 1), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 2), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 3), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 4), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 1), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 2), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 3), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 4), Koraput (coffee)

Indonesia: Sungai Wain Protection Forest (Imperata grassland 2)

Kenya: Mkogodo Forests

Madagascar: Tsarakibany

Malaysia: Ulu Senagang Substation, Gunung Serambu

Mexico: Coapilla

Papua New Guinea: Lake Hargy Caldera

Poland: Southern Poland

Slovakia: Industrial Park Kechnec (2009)

South Korea: Uljin-gun (unburned, 2007)

Thailand: Huay Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary (undisturbed), Huay Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary (moderately disturbed), Huay Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary (disturbed)

Trinidad and Tobago: Trinity Hills Wildlife Sanctuary (semi-evergreen, disturbed)

United States: Beaver Meadows (aspen), Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site (open), Central Iowa, Southwest Minnesota, Sutter Buttes, Oconee River, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site Visitor Center (open), Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (butterflies)

Vietnam: Tam Dao Mountains Nature Reserve (transect 1, forest), Van Ban Nature Reserve (below 700 m, natural forest), Van Ban Nature Reserve (below 700 m, stream sides), Van Ban Nature Reserve (below 700 m, grassy areas), Xom Du (natural forest), Xom Du (secondary forest), Xom Du (shrub and grass), Xom Du (inhabitant)

See also Papilio aegeus, Papilio alcmeno, Papilio alcmenor, Papilio anactus, Papilio anchisiades, Papilio antimachus, Papilio bianor, Papilio bicolor, Papilio binor, Papilio bootes, Papilio bromius, Papilio canadensis, Papilio castor, Papilio chaon, Papilio chrapkowskoides, Papilio clytia, Papilio cynorta, Papilio cyproeofila, Papilio dardanus, Papilio demodocus, Papilio demoleus, Papilio demolion, Papilio dialis, Papilio dravidarum, Papilio echerioides, Papilio epiphorbas, Papilio euchenor, Papilio fuscus, Papilio glaucus, Papilio grosesmithi, Papilio helenus, Papilio jacksoni, Papilio machaon, Papilio macilentus, Papilio memnon, Papilio menestheus, Papilio multicaudata, Papilio multicaudatus, Papilio nephelus, Papilio nephus, Papilio nireus, Papilio nobicea, Papilio paris, Papilio phestus, Papilio phorcas, Papilio polixenes, Papilio polyctor, Papilio polymnestor, Papilio polytes, Papilio polyxenes, Papilio protenor, Papilio rutulus, Papilio troilus, Papilio ulysses, Papilio xuthus, Papilio zelicaon, Papilio zenobia