Gonepteryx cleopatra - Cleopatra butterfly - Cleopatra - Kleopatra Falter
The deep-orange flush covering much of the upperside of the male's forewing is unlike that of any other European butterfly. His underside is pale green with a yellow flush on the forewing. The female upperside is very pale yellow, with slightly darker margins. Flight in two broods from May to September in open woodland. The larval foodplants are various buckthorns.