Main: (Pieridae / Pierinae)
58.004 [B&F: 1554] Dappled White (Euchloe simplonia) (Freyer, 1828)


Notes: Common in flower meadows and rough grassland; 0-2000 m throughout much of Iberia and southern France. Two were found near Dover in 1887, and two in Warwick in 1948, perhaps introduced accidentally in animal foodstuff. Not recorded in Hampshire or on the Isle of Wight to date. Wingspan 40-48 mm. Larva feeds on flowers and seedheads of White Mustard, Buckler-mustard, Wild Radish and Wild Candytuft.

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