Estonian text posted 13.01.2020
Marsh fritillary, photo Le Loup Gris
Marsh fritillary Teelehe-mosaiikliblikas Euphydryas aurinia
So we have reason to introduce the marsh fritillary more in detail at the end of May.The butterfly of this year belongs to the Nymphalidae family of butterflies and occurs locally; it is not rare but not numereous. It is worthwhile to be observant.
When can you meet the imagos? It hibernates as a larva. The flight period of the imagos is form the end of May to the end of June. In
Due to intense agriculture the species has become extinct locally in some parts of
So there is reason to introduce the marsh fritillary more in detail at the end of May.