The first photo of a new butterfly species from Australia has been released.
The species, the Butterfly Queen, is a male with a purple belly patch, and is a rare species found in Australia.
The butterfly was found in the bushland of the south-east of the state of Victoria.
The butterfly is not a member of the butterflies family, the Monarch Butterfly.
However, the species was originally named the Butterfly King, after King Charles II, the monarch of the United Kingdom.
The monarch butterfly, which can reach lengths of up to 5 metres, was discovered in Tasmania in 1868.
The Queen is the third new species to be discovered in Australia, following the discovery of the new species in the wild.