The aptly named Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia and Bog fritillary favour this habitat. Also the... The aptly named Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia and Bog fritillary favour this habitat. Also the... Marsh Fritillary View Smaller Image Marsh Fritillary View Smaller Image Previous Next 2 of 12 A rare Marsh Fritillary by Mike Turtle. It's thought that these endangered... Previous Next 2 of 12 A rare Marsh Fritillary by Mike Turtle. It's thought that these endangered... photo Boglands. Uncommon - mainly central/west Ireland. Devil's-bit Scabious. 42-48mm (1.65 inches)... photo Boglands. Uncommon - mainly central/west Ireland. Devil's-bit Scabious. 42-48mm (1.65 inches)... Later in the month we travelled back to Martin Down and found a superb site a few miles away where... Later in the month we travelled back to Martin Down and found a superb site a few miles away where... The profusion of birds foot trefoil provides food for the larvae of the common blue butterfly and... The profusion of birds foot trefoil provides food for the larvae of the common blue butterfly and... Family: Nymphalidae. Flight Time: Mid April - Mid July. Size: 30-46mm Altitude: 0-2200m A very... Family: Nymphalidae. Flight Time: Mid April - Mid July. Size: 30-46mm Altitude: 0-2200m A very... Slideshow Share image « « Marsh Fritillary butterfly on flower » Image credit Link to this image Add... Slideshow Share image « « Marsh Fritillary butterfly on flower » Image credit Link to this image Add... Marsh Fritillary nectaring on Marsh Thistle Dorset (5th June 2005). The Fritillary appears to be... Marsh Fritillary nectaring on Marsh Thistle, Dorset (5th June 2005). The Fritillary appears to be... Slideshow Share image « Marsh Fritillary egg batch » Image credit Link to this image Add to... Slideshow Share image « Marsh Fritillary egg batch » Image credit Link to this image Add to... Marsh Fritillary Co. Kildare - June This beautiful butterfly is local in Ireland and is difficult to... Marsh Fritillary Co. Kildare - June This beautiful butterfly is local in Ireland and is difficult to... Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary Slideshow Share image « « Female Marsh Fritillary butterfly » Image credit Link to this image Add to... Slideshow Share image « « Female Marsh Fritillary butterfly » Image credit Link to this image Add to... Marsh Fritillary ( male ) Marsh Fritillary ( male ) Ref:B73 Fritllary 20x25cm tile Ref:B73 Fritllary, 20x25cm tile Late instar Marsh Fritillary larva Late instar Marsh Fritillary larva Mating marsh fritillaries Mating marsh fritillaries Marsh Fritillary. Reptiles and Amphibians of Picos de Europa Alpine newts inhabit the pools above... Marsh Fritillary. Reptiles and Amphibians of Picos de Europa Alpine newts inhabit the pools above... Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia © Adrian Hoskins Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia © Adrian Hoskins Marsh Fritillary taken by Keith Futter Marsh Fritillary taken by Keith Futter Late instar Marsh Fritillary larva Late instar Marsh Fritillary larva Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary If there is something I know even less about than birds it is probably butterflies. But as Islay is... If there is something I know even less about than birds it is probably butterflies. But as Islay is... Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary THE BUTTERFLIES STARTING IN THIS ROW ARE THE FIRST TO EMERGE AND PROBABLY TOOK FLIGHT IN APRIL THE BUTTERFLIES STARTING IN THIS ROW ARE THE FIRST TO EMERGE AND PROBABLY TOOK FLIGHT IN APRIL Description Map Caterpillar Copyright © MAGNI 2002 Description Map Caterpillar Copyright © MAGNI, 2002 Marsh Fritillary Marsh Fritillary Slideshow Share image « « High brown fritillary feeding on marsh thistle » Description Image credit... Slideshow Share image « « High brown fritillary feeding on marsh thistle » Description Image credit... Abandoned web with exuviae Abandoned web with exuviae
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