Queen Alexandra Butterflies are located in Papau New Guinea.
The Queen Alexandra caterpillar eats a toxic pipevine plant, the Aristolochia schlecteri, on which it is hatched. The adult will feed on the liquid nectar of flowers.
The Queen Alexandra lives in a small part of Papau New Guinea in the rainforests.
The Queen Alexandra's wingspan can be as large as 10 - 12 inches.
Queen Alexandra Butterflies lay eggs on the toxic Aristolochia schlecteri pipevine plant. When the caterpillars ingest this plant, they become toxic to predators that eat them.