White Admiral (Limenitis camilla)

Upperside. Sexes appear similar.
Upperside. Sexes appear similar.

NERC Act S41: Species of Principal Importance
Local status: Uncommon and local.
Found in a handful of mature broad-leaved woods.
Size: Large
Larval foodplant: Honeysuckle
No. of broods: One
Flight time(s): Late June to early August
Winter: Larva
Habits: A very graceful flier and glider. Most easily found visiting sunny bramble patches along the rides. Lays eggs on honeysuckle either at the side of the ride or, more usually, in a shady area under the trees.
Habitats: Broad-leaved woodland, along the rides and under the shady canopy.

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