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Anthocharis cethura

Common name: Desert Orangetip

Feeds on these plants:

Allium ampeloprasum ‘Leek’
(sold as Titan, Giant Musselburgh, Lancelot, Musselburgh, Large American Flag, American Flag )

Allium ampeloprasum
(sold as elephant garlic)

Allium cepa ‘Bunching Onions’
(sold as Red Baron, white/off white Bunching, Lisbon, Lisbon Winter Hardy, Evergreen white/off white)

Allium cepa ‘Pickling Onion’
(sold as Barletta)

Allium cepa ‘Red Onions’
(sold as Sweet Spanish Red, Southport red globe, Granex Red, red hamburger)

Allium cepa ‘Shallot’
(sold as Ambition, Armador, Cuisse de Poulet echalion, Matador)

Allium cepa ‘White Onion’
(sold as Bermuda White, Granex white, Snow white, Southport white, Sweet Spanish, Spanish)

Allium cepa ‘Yellow Onion’
(sold as Ailsa Craig, Rijnsburger, Sweet & Early, Fiesta, Candy Yellow, Ebenezer Yellow, Sweet Spanish Yellow, Bermuda Yellow, Texas Grano, Texas grano 1015y, Texas supersweet, Vidalia, Walla Walla, Granex Yellow)

Allium cyathophorum

Allium drummondii

Allium hypsistum

Allium ramosum

Allium sativum
(sold as California Early, California Late)

Allium schoenoprasum
(sold as Corsican, Grolau Forcing Chives, Polyvit, Prager, Staro)

Allium senescens

Allium siculum

Allium sikkimense

Allium sphaerocephalon

Allium splendens

Allium textile

Allium tricoccum

Allium tuberosum
(sold as Kobold a couper, mauve flowering form)

Allium unifolium

Allium ursinum

Allium wallichii

Amsinckia species

Anchusa azurea

Anchusa capensis

Baptisia alba

Baptisia australis

Carduus pycnocephalus

Cryptantha pterocarya

Dianthus arenarius

Dianthus armeria

Dianthus barbatus

Dianthus carthusianorum

Dianthus caryophyllus
(sold as Cinnamon Red Hots)

Dianthus chinensis

Dianthus deltoides

Dianthus gratianopolitanus

Dianthus hybrid
(sold as Spangled Star)

Dianthus knappii

Dianthus plumarius

Dianthus ‘Pixie Star’

Dianthus ‘Tiny Rubies’

Dianthus
(sold as Raspberrry Parfait)

Dianthus
(sold as Telstar Crimson)

Dianthus
(sold as Telstar Purple)

Dianthus
(sold as x Raspberry Swirl)

Hieracium aurantiacum

Hieracium lachenalii

Hieracium maculatum

Hieracium umbellatum

Houstonia caerulea

Houstonia species

Lunaria annua

Lupinus albifrons

Lupinus chamissonis

Lupinus densiflorus

Lupinus latifolius

Lupinus littoralis

Lupinus microcarpus var. microcarpus

Lupinus perennis

Lupinus polyphyllus ‘Gallery Mix’

Lupinus succulentus

Myosotis scorpioides
(sold as Blue Bird)

Penstemon ambiguus

Penstemon barbatus

Penstemon campanulatus

Penstemon eatonii

Penstemon fruticosus

Penstemon grandiflorus

Penstemon hartwegii

Penstemon heterophyllus

Penstemon hirsutus ‘Blue Spring’

Penstemon laevigatus ssp. digitalis ‘Husker's Red’

Penstemon palmeri

Penstemon parryi

Penstemon pinifolius

Penstemon pseudospectablis

Penstemon serrulatus

Penstemon spectabilis

Penstemon superbus

Penstemon ‘Andenken An Friedrich Hahn’

Penstemon ‘Bev Jensen’

Penstemon ‘Firebird’

Penstemon ‘Sour Grapes’

Penstemon ‘X Mexicali’
(sold as Miniature Bells)

Penstemon ‘X Mexicali’
(sold as Red Rocks)

Penstemon
(sold as Coral Bells)

Penstemon
(sold as Garnet)

Penstemon
(sold as Holly's White)

Penstemon
(sold as Ice Cream Strawberry & Cream)

Penstemon
(sold as Lavender Ruffles)

Penstemon
(sold as Raven)

Penstemon
(sold as Rosa Pena)

Penstemon
(sold as Scarlet Queen)

Penstemon
(sold as Wine Kissed)

Phacelia grandiflora

Phacelia parryi

Phacelia sericea

Prunus americana

Prunus armeniaca
(sold as Blenheim apricot)

Prunus armeniaca
(sold as apricot)

Prunus avium
(sold as Bing Cherry)

Prunus avium
(sold as Black Tartarian Cherry)

Prunus avium
(sold as Craig's Crimson Cherry)

Prunus avium
(sold as Royal Ann Cherry)

Prunus cerasifera

Prunus cerasifera ‘Purple Pony’

Prunus dulcis

Prunus laurocerasus

Prunus laurocerasus ‘Marbled White’

Prunus laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’

Prunus mexicana

Prunus padus

Prunus persica
(sold as Canadian Harmony)

Prunus persica
(sold as Elberta)

Prunus persica
(sold as Heavenly White)

Prunus salicina

Prunus serotina

Prunus spinosa

Prunus tenella

Prunus umbellata

Prunus virginiana demissa

Prunus virginiana melampcarpa

Prunus virginiana melanopcarpa

Prunus virginiana

Prunus yedoensis

Raphanus raphanistrum

Raphanus sativus
(sold as April Cross)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Cabernet)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Cherry Belle)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as China Rose)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Chinese White)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Comet)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Crunchy Royale)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Early Scarlet Globe)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as French Breakfast)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Icicle)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Long White Icicle)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Masato Green)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Masato Red)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Minowase Early daikon)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Ping Pong)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Pink Beauty)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Red Boy)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Red Meat)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Round Black Spanish)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Sakurajima Mammoth)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Scarlet Globe)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Snow Belle)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Sparkler)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Szechuan Red)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as Tama)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as burpee white)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as champion)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as cherriette)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as lady slipper)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as plum purple)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as scarlet knight)

Raphanus sativus
(sold as summer cross)

Symphyotrichum chilense

Symphyotrichum dumosum

Symphyotrichum ericoides

Symphyotrichum henersonii

Symphyotrichum lateriflium

Symphyotrichum novae-angliae

Symphyotrichum oblongifolium

Symphyotrichum praealtum

Symphyotrichum puniceum

Symphyotrichum spathulatum

Syringa pubescens ssp. microphylla

Syringa pubescens ssp. patula ‘Miss Kim’

Syringa vulgaris ‘Charles Joly’

Taraxacum officinale

Trifolium hybridum

Trifolium incarnatum

Trifolium pratense

Trifolium repens

Trifolium repens
(sold as Atropurpureum)

Trifolium rubens

Verbena bonariensis

Verbena hastata

Verbena hybrid
(sold as Quartz scarlet)

Verbena hybrid
(sold as Sparkler Purple & White)

Verbena hybrid
(sold as Sparkler Red & White)

Verbena hybrid
(sold as Sparkler Sky Blue & White)

Verbena hybrid
(sold as Tapien Pink)

Verbena lilacina

Verbena rigida 'polaris'

Verbena rigida polaris

Verbena rigida

Verbena stricta

Verbena ‘Homestead Purple’

Verbena
(sold as Aztec Cherry Red)

Verbena
(sold as Aztec Light Pink)

Verbena
(sold as Aztec Pearl)

Verbena
(sold as Aztec Raspberry)

Verbena
(sold as Aztec White Magic)

Verbena
(sold as Babylon Deep Pink)

Verbena
(sold as Sparkler Purple & White)

Verbena
(sold as Sparkler Sky Blue & White)

Verbena
(sold as Tukana White)

Verbena
(sold as x hybrida Taylortown Red)

Verbesina encelioides

Verbesina virginica

Veronica repens

Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’

Veronica
(sold as Royal Candles)

Anthocharis cethura, the Desert Orangetip, can be found in CA,NV,AZ,NM,UT,CO, and WY.
Favorite nectar plants: Baptisia and Taraxacum
USDA Growing Zones for these plants: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9

PD image: unknown source

CC0 images courtesy of
Alan Schmierer