The Punchinello, Zemeros flegyas (Riodinidae) is a common and widespread butterfly found in India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, Java, Sulawesi and Bali, usually encountered just at the edge of woodland [source].
The jacamars are elegant brightly coloured birds with long bills and tails. The family (Galbulidae) is closely related to the puffbirds, another Neotropical family, and the two families are often separated into their own order away from the Piciformes, instead being placed in the Galbuliformes.
Galbula ruficauda, known as Rufous-tailed Jacamar, and named in Brazil as “ariramba-de-cauda-ruiva” or “bico-de-agulha-de-rabo-vermelho”, is typically 25 cm (10 in) long with a 5 cm (2 in) long black bill.
This insectivore hunts from a perch, sitting with its bill tilted up, then flying out to catch flying insects. The bird distinguishes between edible and unpalatable butterflies mainly according to body shape.
Galbula ruficauda is a beautiful inhabitant of forest edges and clearings of Central and South America.