Silver-washed Fritillary


The Silver-washed Fritillary is our largest fritillary and the orange-hued male is often seen flying in woodland glades, though this one was filmed along the tree-lined edge of the Snodbrook some distance from woods.

The silver-washed in the name refers to the underside of the wings.


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One thought on “Silver-washed Fritillary Video

  1. Charles says:

    A wonderful video. Silver washed fritillaries appear to be doing well in Sidmouth this year. Was this a particularly windy day? Sounds like it.

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