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Small Pearl-Bordered Fritil The central band running acro5s the underside of the hindwing is usually all silver, although sometirne$ yellow. look for the black edging to the silvery muginal spots. The upperside is virtually Identical to that of the Pearl·bordered Fritillary. Winter is paned as a caterpillar. size 20 mm. HABITAT Open woodland, moors and damp grassland. FOOD PLANT VlOleu. RANGE Almost all Europe, except Ireland and Mediterranean coan. FLIGHT May-August, in one or two broods. SIMILAR SPECI ES Pearl-bordered Fritillary (oppoSite) lin single silver spot in centre of underside of hindwing.
The uppeNide is orange with black spots and a distinct green tinge in both sexes. The underside of the forewing is largely peach-coloured with bladt. spots. while the underside of the hindwing is pale green with faint silvery Stripes, best seen in the female. A fast-flying bunerfly with a great liking for thistles. Winter is passed as a caterpillar. SIZE 32-40 mm. HABITAT Flower-rich grassland FOODPLANT and woodland clearings. VIOlets. RANGE S Europe. as far N as Slovakia in E; also Atlantic coast of France.
In 1- 3 broods. SIMILARSPECIESWhitcAdmiral ' (oppo~ite) has no white spot in middle of I forewmg. , , " ' _ A po ..... erful flier, seen mainly in the treetops although it may come down to feed at dung or carrion. The upperside is dull brown with white spots and stripes and ~ conspicuous row of onnge crescents on the hindwing. lnge, with white spots and a gre yish· blue margi n. Winte r is passed as a small caterpillar. SIZE 40 mm. 11y near water. FOOD PLANT Aspen and other poplars. RANGE Much of Europe, except British Isles.