This is a common butterfly of damp grassland and woodland rides and is often mistaken for its cousin, the Small White. It can be found from spring through to autumn in parks and gardens, as well as less-urban areas such as meadows and woodland rides. They make a lovely site flitting around the Lavender and Loosestrife in my garden in Warrington, England.
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Thanks to RB Member John Hooton for the identification.
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