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Another Butterfly (or moth) ID. Thanks for the last one. - Anthocharis julia - female

Another Butterfly (or moth) ID. Thanks for the last one. - Anthocharis julia - Female
Victoria, Saanich, British Columbia, Canada
June 3, 2011
Size: Just over an inch.
Looks similar in size to a cabbage moth.

Moved
Moved from Sara Orangetip.

This is what is usually called Anthocharis sara flora
Moved from ID Request.

I think your right. Thanks fo
I think your right. Thanks for the help, This site is great!

butterfly
I believe it is one of the "Sara" Orangetips. Looking at the range map, it seem as though the only species in your area is Anthocharis sara, the Pacific Orangetip.

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