Main: (Nymphalidae / Heliconiinae)
59.014 [B&F: 1601] Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Boloria euphrosyne) (Linnaeus, 1758)

 

Notes: An endangered Red Data Book species, in woodland clearings and grassy slopes; 0-500 m (0-1900 m in Europe) in parts of England; mainland Europe and Fennoscandia. In Hampshire can still be seen in several large woods in the New Forest and at Bentley Wood, and on the Isle of Wight at Parkhurst Forest. Wingspan 44-47 mm. Best distinguished from Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary by pattern on underside of the hindwing. Larva feeds on Common Dog-violet and Marsh Violet.

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