The Cabbage White was introduced from Europe through Québec about 1860. It is the most common butterfly in North America. It lays eggs on cabbage, radish, nasturtium and mustard and nectars on Hesperis, purple loosestrife and many other flowers.
Black Swallowtail | Cabbage White | Monarch
Mourning Cloak | Red Admiral | Silver Skipper | Silvery Blue
Skipper | Sulphur | Tawny Crescent | Tiger Swallowtail | Vanessa | White Admiral
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