Main: (Pieridae / Coliadinae)
58.012 [B&F: 1544] Berger's Clouded Yellow (Colias alfacariensis) Ribbe, 1905


Common in dry grassland and rocky areas; 0-2100 m throughout much of mainland Europe. An extremely rare immigrant to the UK, less frequent in recent years than in the past, and now far from annual in occurrence. A very rare immigrant to Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Wingspan 42-54 mm. Very similar to f. helice of Clouded Yellow and Pale Clouded Yellow. Larva feeds on Horseshoe Vetch and Crown Vetch.

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