White Angled Sulphur

Anteos clorinde (Godart, [1894])

Family: Pieridae

Status: Very rare stray

NENHP Ranking: Not listed

Range: South America north to Mexico, straying into the central United States

Broods/Flight Times: This tropical butterfly flies year round in Mexico and South America

Larval Hostplant(s): Woody sennas, none of which occur in Nebraska

Habitat: As a stray it might be found anywhere

Found at:

Overwintering: Not north of Mexico

Similar Species:

Notes: One specimen has been found in the state – a female from Lincoln County by M. L. Madsen on 14 September 2014. It is housed at the University of Nebraska State Museum in Lincoln.

Common Name, Location, Photographer
White Angled Sulphur – dorsal
White Angled Sulphur – dorsal

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