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Lepidoptera - Anthocharis sara - female

Lepidoptera - Anthocharis sara - Female
Cache Creek Canyon, Yolo County, California, USA
April 1, 2013
Size: 39 mm wingspan
I can't seem to find an exact match for this particular lepidoptera

yours is a worn female,
which looks very different from a fresh male.

Moved from Butterflies (excluding skippers).

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Anthocharis sara
A subspecies of Anthocharis sara..

 
Thank you! I searched on goog
Thank you! I searched on google for white orange tipped lepidoptera for quite awhile and I found similar lepidoptera but couldn't seem to find this exact match!

 
Check it out here:
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