Q. With reference to Indian biodiversity, Krishna Peacock, Indian Jezebel or Common Jezebel, Orange Oakleaf, Five-bar Swordtail, Indian Nawab, Yellow Gorgon and Northern Jungle queen are?

[A] Singing birds

[B] Primates

[C] Butterflies

[D] Trained dogs

Answer: C
Notes:

A citizen campaign to drum up support for identifying a national butterfly has gained momentum with close to half a lakh people joining the movement from across the country.  

  • As part of identifying butterfly species that could make it to the coveted status, the National Butterfly Campaign Consortium prepared a long-list of 50 butterflies that was further trimmed to seven. 
  • Krishna Peacock (Papilio krishna), Indian Jezebel or Common Jezebel (Delias eucharis), Orange Oakleaf (Kallima inachus), Five-bar Swordtail (Graphium antiphates), Indian Nawab, Yellow Gorgon and Northern Junglequeen (Stichophthalma camadeva) are the contenders for the premier position. 

Source: https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/campaign-to-select-countrys-national-butterfly/article32743646.ece