Common Mime
Chilasa clytia

This butterfly is a remarkable mimic. A palatable swallowtail, it comes in two completely different forms, each of which imitates the colours and patterns of quite unrelated and unpalatable butterflies in the family Danaidae. I didn't see it on my trip, though I did see the species it mimics. Fred found both mimetic forms and got photographs of them, though he didn't see the models! All the pictures below were taken by Fred.

Here is form clytia, which mimics the common crow:

And here is the form dissimilis, which mimics the blue tiger: