If you’ve seen a small, white butterfly fluttering from flower to flower, it might well have been a Cabbage White. Accidently introduced near Montreal in the 1860s, they are now found over all of North America. They are considered an agricultural pest because the caterpillars do eat cabbage and other related plants. This one has two black dots on the upper side of each forewing; that identifies it as a female. A male would only have one black dot. You can also get a good look at the proboscis being used to sip nectar from the Daisy.