Chiricahua Pine White, Neophasia terlootii <LEP18>
An autumn flier in the Chiricahua Mountains of southeastern Arizona, this white occurs around the ponderosa pines. Its larvae feed on the needles. The males appear distinctly different from the females. The underside of the male is white with black veins and large black forewing patch. The female is Halloween-colored: bright reddish orange with black veins, wing margins and forewing cells.