|Crucifer, oil-seed rape, cabbages, and brussel sprouts.
For both males and females, the wings are white with black tips on the
forewings. The female also has two black spots on each forewing. The
underside of each wing is a pale greenish and serves as excellent
camouflage when at rest.
Large, open spaces, as well as farms and vegetable gardens, because of the availability of its food source.
The British population is reinforced in most years by migrations from the continent.