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Larval food preferences and various life cycle stages of Pieris brassicae nepalensis, a white butterfly of family pieridae was observed on Tropaeolum majus, nasturtiun, the Indian Cress an orange coloured, garden ornamental plant, in district Almora, Uttrakhand.Â
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