Euchloe olympia (W. H. Edwards, 1871)
Status: Uncommon resident
NENHP Ranking: Not listed
Range: Found in central North America from southern Alberta east to the Great Lakes area south to eastern Texas. It is found statewide in Nebraska.
Broods/Flight Times: One spring flight in April and May
Larval Hostplant(s): Various crucifers of the genus Arabis as well as Sisymbrium officinale and Descurainia pinnata, the latter of which is the most widely distributed
Habitat: Males patrol hilltops in the loess hills and Pine Ridge. Elsewhere they can be found in disturbed areas, floodplains, prairies, and road ditches.
Found at: Gilbert-Baker, Limestone Bluffs, Twin Oaks, Hayes Center, Table Rock & Box Elder SWMAs, Schramm & Wildcat Hills SRAs, Harlan County Reservoir, Sidney I-80 East rest stop, Chadron SP
Overwintering: As pupae
Similar Species: Large Marble