Euchloe crameri - Western Dappled White - Westelijk marmerwitje - Westlichter Gesprenkelter Weißling
The uppersides are white with a jet black spot at the end of the forwing. The wingtips aredark grey with a number of white spots. The underside of the forwing resembles the upperside but is green or yellowish at the tip. The underside of the hindwing is mottled green and white. The sexes are alike. Flight from March/April to June/July in two broods. Larval foodplants include Wild Candytuft, Woad and many other crucifers.