New York Natural Heritage Program
Olympia Marble
Euchloe olympia (W.H. Edwards, 1871)
Insects

New York State Distribution [-]
Populations of Olympia marble have been documented at two sites in Jefferson County.

Global Distribution [-]
Olympia marbles are widespread and can be found throughout western North America between the Rockies and the Mississippi, and extend from the Great Lakes region in southern Canada and south into Texas. The species also occurs in disjunct populations in the Appalachians from extreme southern Pennsylvania south to Kentucky, with populations in western Maryland, Virginia, and northeastern West Virginia. Small populations also exist in New York and North Carolina (NatureServe 2017).
Best Places to See
• Chaumont Barrens Preserve (Jefferson County)