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Some 4 to 5 cm in wingspan, generally white-cream appearance with more or less pronounced green veines underside; and rather whitish with some greyish pattern and spots. Because of this greyish pattern, this one looks like a female.
Very common in our area (pays de Gex; the area between Jura Mountain range and lake Leman). This one seen on slopes of Jura mountain in protected area. Alpine environment, mixed but predominantly coniferous forest.
Spotted on Jun 4, 2015
Submitted on Nov 7, 2016