The Great Orange-tip Butterfly (Hebomola Glaucippe)is part of the Pieridae family. These unique butterflies are yellow and white and can be found in the Indomalayan realm and Wallacea. Great Orange-tips are named after the orange patches on the upper edges of their wings.
They lay their eggs on larval food plants Crataeva religiosa, Capparis moonii, Capparis roxburghii, Capparis cantoniensis, and Capparis sepiaria (Capparaceae). Studies show that the Great Orange-tip butterfly has a powerful peptide toxin in its wings called Glacontryphan-M.