A strong flying, territorial butterfly. Given that its host plant, Honeysuckle, can turn up anywhere in Corfu, this is also true of the butterfly. The stunning appearance of the Southern White Admiral makes it a popular subject for photography.
Anne Sordinas has recently made observations that suggest in very hot summers the larva aestivates in its self constructed hibernaculum, made from silk and the dead leaves of its host plant.
*The information provided in the tables below is based on verified sightings of the Southern White Admiral submitted via this website since 1st January 2021.
First and Last Sightings
Number of Observations
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