The Cloudless Sulphur or Cloudless Giant Sulphur, is a mid-sized butterfly found from South America to southern Canada. They are most common from Argentina to southern Texas, Georgia, and Florida, but are often visitors outside this range becoming rarer further north. The ones in this composition are from Peru. Their common habitats are open spaces, gardens, glades, seashores, and watercourses. The coloration on males is clear yellow above and yellow or mottled with reddish brown below, and the female is lemon yellow to golden or white on both surfaces, with varying amounts of black spotting along the margin and a black open square or star on the bottom forewing.