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Coordinator notes: It would be a little late in the season for P. virginiensis, making this individual more likely P. oleracea, which looks very similar from this angle. An early spring form of P. rapae (Cabbage White) can also be largely unmarked, however this individual’s appearance seems more c/w P. oleracea.