Also thanks for sharing those Gonepteryx boxes. They are awesome! Pieridae actually have some wonderful Genuses. It is mesmerizing how Gonepteryx has speciated especially in the eastern Macaronesian islands. Three hugely different species G. eversi (La Gomera), G. palmae (La Palma) and G. cleobule (Tenerife) are found on each their Canarian islands just 25-45 km apart. On a clear day it is actually possible to make out some villages on La Gomera, viewing from western Tenerife. As can be seen on Manfred's specimens, the La Palma male has a uniform yellow color, which is the general appearance of the female of the Tenerife species, while Tenerife and La Gomera males are rather similar. The SEA islands also often see a stunning difference of closely related species on islands that is maybe a mere 10-15 minutes boat ride from each other. Thanks for posting those boxes Manfred.