The Small White is one of the most widespread of our butterflies and can be seen literally anywhere in the British Isles. Unfortunately for the Small White it shares the acronym of 'Cabbage White' with its larger cousin, although the damage caused by this species is significantly less than that of the Large White.More pictures of Whiteley Village by Alan Whitehead...
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