This butterfly is in-separable from
the Western Dappled White, Euchloe crameri, except by internal
examination or genetic study. The best way of separation is geographical.
The current species flies in peninsular Italy and from NE Italy east and
south eastwards to Romania and Greece, crameri flies in NW Italy, S
France and Spain.
It is a common butterfly being encountered in open
places hot, dry or damp on many soils. Often disturbed places harbour the
foodplant so it is often seen at roadsides. It flies throughout all the
warmer months of the year.