Colias phicomone - Mountain Clouded Yellow - Bergluzernevlinder - Alpen-Gelbling
The upperside of the male is pale greenish yellow, heavily dusted with black or dark grey. The dark bands on the outer margin are indistinct and contain pale yellow spots. There is a prominent yellow spot in the centre of the hindwing. The underside of the forewing is greenish or greyish white with a yellow tip. The underside of the hindwing has a yellow border with a distinclty wavy inner margin, the rest of the wing is heavily dusted. The female is similarly marked, but the ground colour of the upperside is almost white. Both sexes have conspicuous red fringes on both surfaces. Flight from June to August in one brood and in some areas are second breed in September. Lives in grassy mountain slopes, mostly above 1800 m. The larval foodplants are vetches.