Similar to the Green-veined White, the underside vein markings are less pronounced on the Small White. The black mark at the apex of the upperwing is unbroken.
Mid-March to Mid-October in two or more broods.
Larval Food Plants
Cruciferae family, Cabbages etc.
Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)
Charlock (Sinapis arvensis)
Hoary Cress (Lepidium draba)
Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
Wild Mignonette (Reseda lutea)
This butterfly can be found in many habitats including:
Gardens & allotments, parks, open grassland, meadows and hedgerows.
Resident and widespread & common
Commonly seen throughout Wiltshire.
Earliest county record 13th February 1998
Latest county record
13th November 2011 Chippenham (Michael Sammes)