Aporia crataegi · gudobelinis baltukas

EN · black-veined white DE · Baum-Weißling LT · gudobelinis baltukas, šliaudrys LV · lapkoku baltenis PL · niestrzęp głogowiec

This butterfly can be distinguished from other members of white butterflies of the genus Pieris by its distinctive veined wings. The eggs are laid on the food plant, usually a member of the rose family Rosaceae and often on trees and bushes. The young caterpillars live in a webbed shelter and overwinter as L3 together in groups in spun leaves. This species has one generation each year.