WHITE MIGRANT FACTS
the White Migrant has two colour forms. The dark form has white upper wing surface with brown wing border. The male has narrow brown border on forewings only, while the female has brown border on upper side of all wings, with forewing border broader than that of male. The underside of the dark form is veined with pale brown. The pale form is white above, with females having a tiny curved marking on middle of the white forewing.
found in range of habitats from forest to semi-arid regions
Caterpillars feed on various Senna and Cassia species
the White Migrant is found in eastern half of Queensland except Cape York, eastern half of New South Wales, all of Victoria, and eastern South Australia. Also north west parts of Northern Territory
|Common Name:||White Migrant|
Relatives in same Genus
Lemon Migrant (C. pomona)