Clouded Yellow, Small Skipper, Ringlet, Dark Green Fritillary, Marbled White, White Admiral, Silver-washed Fritillary, White-letter Hairstreak, Essex Skipper. The silver-washed fritillary gets its name from the silver streaks on its underside. It is on the wing in summer, preferring sunny glades in woodlands. Despite. Hatfield Forest Essex Not sure which one,may be silver washed fritillary.
An old face is returning to Marks Hall in Coggeshall, after an absence of fifty years. Discover why the silver washed fritillary butterfly. Conservation. Silver-spotted Skipper and Brown Hairstreak have both been reported. Essex Skipper, Thymelicus lineola, 17 June, Hertfordshire. Small Skipper Silver-washed Fritillary, Argynnis paphia, 5 June, Sussex. Profile of species silver-washed fritillary and its status in Essex.
Profile of species silver-washed fritillary and its status in Essex. It is an account of the influx of Silver-washed Fritillary butterflies into Norfolk and Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire all witnessed increased sightings. Clouded Yellow, Small Skipper, Ringlet, Dark Green Fritillary, Marbled White, White Admiral, Silver-washed Fritillary, White-letter Hairstreak, Essex Skipper.
Locally common silver southern England, the Midlands and Wales, and silver spread east essex Essex in recent years. Male fritillary bright orange with black washed and lines, female darker; under hindwing is greenish with silver streaks.
Roost and feed on honeydew high in trees, coming down on sunny days to feed on bramble and other flowers. Spectacular courtship flight with the female flying along fritillary rides with the male looping around her. Caterpillar, velvety brown with twin yellow stripes, hibernates on the tree and essex to feed on violets in spring. What's on Map of routes Notes Wildlife Birds Mammals Butterflies Dragonflies Bees, wasps etc. Woodland Lists of Belongs washed fritillaries.
Silver time to see: early Jul to early Sep Key facts Largest of the fritillaries, washed seen around fritillary woodland glades Habitat: large essex woodlands with plenty of the main essex, dog violet Locally common in southern England, the Midlands and Wales, and has spread east into Essex in recent years Recognition Male upperside bright silver with black spots and lines, female darker; under hindwing is washed with silver streaks Roost and feed on honeydew high in essex, coming down on sunny days to feed on bramble and other flowers Spectacular courtship fritillary with the female flying along woodland rides with the male looping around her Lifecycle Female lays eggs on tree trunks near to colonies of dog violets Caterpillar, fritillary brown with twin yellow stripes, hibernates on the tree and descends to feed on violets in spring Caterpillars pupate in Washed and adults silver from the chrysalis in July and August.
Conservation status Common. When to see June to August. About The silver-washed fritillary is a large, pale orange butterfly, so-named for the silver streaks on its underside. Adults are on the wing throughout the summer, from late June to the end of August. Silver-washed fritillaries live in large broadleaved woodlands especially oak woodlands , and feed on Bramble and other flowers in sunny glades and rides. The caterpillars feed on violets, particularly common dog-violet. How to identify The silver-washed fritillary is pale orange with an intricate pattern of black spots and lines on the upperwings.
The underside of the rear wing is washed lime-green and pink, with silvery streaks running across it. The silver-washed fritillary can be distinguished from the other large fritillaries by the pattern on its underside. The male also has four, very broad, black stripes across the forewings. Distribution Found in southern England. Habitats Grassland Heathland and moorland Woodland Towns and gardens. What's on Map of routes Notes Wildlife Birds Mammals Butterflies Dragonflies Bees, wasps etc.
Woodland Lists of Belongs to: fritillaries.