|Clouded Yellow Colias croceus
|Monks Eleigh, Suffolk, England
The Clouded Yellow is mainly and immigrant from southern Europe and North Africa which migrates to the British Isles mainly in the south and decreasing further north. There are years when there are mass immigrations and others when there are only a few.
|They lay there eggs on clover, lucerne and other native legumes such as birds'-foot-trefoil. Adults can be
seen mainly from July to October.
For more information see Butterfly Conservation.
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