Western Dappled White

Euchloe crameri

Two individuals were captured in a field near Warwick in 1948. At the time, it was thought that these were genuine migrants. Their true origin is unknown although it is believed that these may have been accidentally imported with animal food given that there were no sightings reported in southern England to suggest a genuine migration event from mainland Europe that year.

Historic Records in Warwickshire

  • 1948: Two at Warwick on 9th May 1948