Margined White Butterfly

The Margined White (Pieris marginalis) is a common butterfly of the Western United States.

They can be found flying and nectaring on flowers from spring through summer, depending on their location.

The top picture shows a top view of the mostly white wings. The bottom picture shows a side view, with the darker streaked veins.

Like many white species, the caterpillars feed on plants in the mustard family.


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