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FRITILLARIES compared
Baldia's help to identify 37 Central European butterflies
"Argynninae" (22) and "Melitaeini" (15) *1
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Pearl = shiny white.
Large and Small Fritillaries (Argynninae) *1
       
upperside
Fritillary upperside
The upperside is very similar in all of them.
Argynnis paphia
Silver-washed Fritillary (Video)
(Argynnis paphia)
1... strip-shaped pearl-spots,
2... fore-wing ocher,
3... pointed and curved fore-wing,
4... upperside,
flies about 20.5.-1.10.
throughout Austria (Central Europe),
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Argynnis paphia f. valesina
Silver-washed Fritillary f. valesina (Video)
(Argynnis paphia f. valesina)
a rare greenish female form,
1... strip-shaped pearl-spots,
2... fore-wing greenish-ocher,
3... pointed and curved fore-wing,
4... upperside,
flies about 20.5.-1.10. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Argynnis pandora
Kardinal Fritillary *2
(Argynnis pandora)
1... strip-shaped pearl-spots,
2... fore-wing red,
3... pointed and curved fore-wing,
4... upperside,
flies about 15.5.-1.7.
rather in southern and eastern Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
       
Speyeria aglaja
Dark Green Fritillary (Video)
(Speyeria aglaja)
1... postdiscal NO Dots,
2... scattered pearl-spots,
3... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 15.6.-15.8. throughout Austria
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Fabriciana adippe adippe
High Brown Fritillary (Video)
(Fabriciana adippe adippe)
1... Dots postdiscal,
2... brown veins,
3... basal NO black dot,
4...pearl-spots also near the border,
5... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 20.5.-31.8. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Fabriciana adippe f. cleodippe
High Brown Fr. f. cleodippe
(Fabriciana adippe f. cleodippe)
1... Dots postdiscal,
2... brown veins,
3... basal NO black dot,
4... near the border NO pearl-spots,
5... upperside*5: third dot small,
flies about 20.5.-31.8. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Fabriciana adippe f. cleodoxa
High Brown Fr. f. cleodoxa (Video) (Fabriciana adippe f. cleodoxa)
1... NO pearl-spots, but flat yellow and little pattern,
2... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 20.5.-31.8. in southern Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
       
Fabriciana niobe
Niobe Fritillary (Video)
(Fabriciana niobe)
1... Dots postdiscal,
2... often basal a black dot,
3... black veins,
4... white pearl-spots,
5... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 20.5.-31.8. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Fabriciana niobe f. eris
Niobe Fritillary f. eris
(Fabriciana niobe f. eris)
1... Dots postdiscal,
2... often basal a black dot,
3... black veins,
4... yellowish pearl-spots,
5... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 20.5.-31.8. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Boloria euphrosyne
Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Video)
(Boloria euphrosyne)
1... Basal and in the middle a single clear pearl-spot,
2... marginal a pearl-spot-row,
3... basal often a small black spot,
4... marginal vague black checkmarks,
5...on the upperside marginal triangles filled with black (!),
flies about 15.4.-15.9. throughout Austria
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Boloria selene
Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary *2 (Boloria selene)
1... Basal several clearly limited dots and in the middle one pearl-spot that hardly stands out of the rest of the row,
2... marginal pearl-spot-row,
3... in the middle a strong black spot,,
4... marginal clear black checkmarks,
5... brown spots,
6... on the upperside marginal black checkmarks,
flies about 1.5.-10.9. in wetlands throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
       
Boloria dia
Weaver's Fritillary
(Video) (Boloria dia)
1...discal distributed pearl-spots,
2...marginal small pearl-spots,
3...angular wing tip,
4...often sprayed purple,
5... upperside,
flies about 20.4.-15.9. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
Brenthis daphne
Marbled Fritillary (Video)
(Brenthis daphne)
1... NO white pearl-spots but yellow spots,
2... middle-spot almost brown,
3... sprayed clearly purple,
4... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 15.5.-15.8.
less in western Austria,
caterpillar food blackberries or raspberries (Rubus).
Brenthis ino
Lesser Marbled Fritillary (Video)
(Brenthis ino)
1... NO white pearl-spots but bright spots,
2... middle-spot yellow,
3... sprayed pale purple,
4... upperside: third dot small,
flies about 1.6.-15.8. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food meadowsweet (Filipendula) or blackberries (Rubus) and other.
Issoria lathonia
Queen of Spain Fritillary (Video)
(Issoria lathonia)
small butterfly
1... conspicuous distributed pearl-spots,
2... slightly angular wing shape,
3... upperside,
flies about 15.3.-31.10. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola).
       
Brenthis hecate
Twin-spot Fritillary (Video)
(Brenthis hecate)
1... postdiscal TWO rows of black dots,
2... also on the upperside two rows of black dots,
flies about 20.5.- 10.8.
in the warm eastern Austria,
caterpillar food Real Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria).
Boloria eunomia
Bog Fritillary
(Video)
(Boloria eunomia)
1... postdiscal clear circular dots with light filling,
2... row-shaped pale light spots,
3... basic color pale yellow,
4... upperside,
flies about 20.5.-10.7.
in moor areas from approx 300m -1500m (1000 - 4900 feet), not in the eastern of Austria,
caterpillar food Knotweed (Bistorta offficinalis) or violet (viola).
Boloria titania ssp. cypris
Titania's Fritillary (Video)
(Boloria titania ssp. cypris)
1... very long, black spikes or filled triangles near the border characteristic,
2... NO white pearl-spots, but yellowish irregular spots,
3... sprayed purple,
4... upperside,
flies about 15.6.-1.9.
in moor areas from approx 500m (1600 feet) in the Alps,
caterpillar food Knotweed (Bistorta officinalis) or violet (viola).
Boloria thore
Thor's Fritillary*2 (Boloria thore),
hind wing rather dark,
1... discal continuous yellow spot row,
2... few white pearl-spots that are sometimes purple,
3...marginal spots sometimes purple,
4... upperide very dark,
flies about 15.6.-10.8.
in cool and damp forest clearings from approx. 700m (2300 feet) in the Alps,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola), especially viola biflora.
Boloria aquilonaris
Cranberry Fritillary (Video)
(Boloria aquilonaris)
basic color red-brown with high contrast, often sprayed purple,


1... in the middle a flat white pearl-spots,
2... on the underside fore-wing thick black spots,
3... small yellow marginal spot,
4... clear black marginal arrows,
5... on the upperside fore-wing thick black spots,
flies about 15.6.-31.8. from approx. 700m (2300 feet)
on marsh meadows and (high) moors in western and northern Austria,
caterpillar food Common Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccos).
Boloria pales
Shepherd's Fritillary (Video) (Boloria pales)
basic color red-brown, slightly washed out with yellow spots, sometimes sprayed purple,

1... in the middle a flat light pearl-spots,
2... on the underside fore-wing few thin spots,
3... long light marginal spot,
4... unclear marginal arrows,
5... on the upperside fore-wing are thick black spots,
flies about 20.6.-10.9. from approx. 1200m (3900 feet)
on mountain meadows in the Alps of western Austria,
caterpillar food long-tailed violets (viola calcarata).
Boloria napaea
Mountain Fritillary *2 - male
(Boloria napaea)
basic color bleached red-brown with yellow spots, basal often greenish, sometimes sprayed
purple,
1... in the middle a flat light pearl-spots,
2... on the underside fore-wing few thin spots,
3... long light marginal spot,
4... unclear marginal arrows,
5... on the upperside fore-wing are thin black spots,
flies about 20.6.-31.8. from approx. 1200m (3900 feet)
on mountain meadows in the Alps of western Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola) and other.
Boloria napaea
Mountain Fritillary *2 - female
(Boloria napaea)
basic color bleached red-brown with yellow spots, often greenish, sometimes sprayed purple,

1... in the middle a flat light pearl-spots,
2... on the underside fore-wing few thin spots,
3... long light marginal spot,
4... unclear marginal arrows,
5... on the upperside very dark and often sprayed purple,
flies about 20.6.-31.8. from approx. 1200m (3900 feet)
on mountain meadows in the Alps of western Austria,
caterpillar food violet-species (viola) and other.
       
Small Fritillaries (Melitaeinae) *1
       
Melitaea didyma
Spotted Fritillary
(Video)
(Melitaea didyma)
1... basal black dots,
2... rather connected orange bands,
3... single dark lines over the postdiscal-band,
4... round dark edge dots,
5... upperside: rather loose dark edge dots
6... upper side look of some females,
flies about 10.4.-15.9. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food Toadflax- (Linaria-), Snapdragon- (Antirrhinum-), Plantain- (Plantago-) Species, u. a.
Melitaea trivia
Lesser Spotted Fritillary (Video)
(Melitaea trivia)
1... basal black dots,
2...INTERRUPTED, irregular orange bands,
3... rather whole dark garland over the postdiscal-band,
4... triangular dark edge dots,
5... upperside: dark garland forms orange edge spots,
flies about 10.4.-31.8.in the warmer south and east of Austria,
caterpillar food Mullein-species (Verbascum).
Melitaea phoebe
Knapweed-Fritillary (Video)
(Melitaea phoebe)
1... basal black dots,
2... round, freestanding, orange dots in yellow band (postdiscal),
3... upperside,
flies about 10.4.-10.9. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food Knapweed- (Centaurea-), Thistles- (Cirsium-), Ring thistle- (Carduus-), Plantain- (Plantago-) species.
Melitaea cinxia
Glanville-Fritillary (Video)
(Melitaea cinxia)
1... basal black dots,
2... dark dots postdiscal,
3... upperside hind-wing: dark dots postdiscal,
flies about 20.4.-20.7. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food Plantain- (Plantago-) species.
       
Melitaea athalia
Heath Fritillary (Video)
(Melitaea athalia)
Most common Fritillary,
M. athalia, aurelia and britomartis are hardly distinguishable!
All hind-wing spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,
2... marginal strip as bright as marginal spots,
3... dark palm hair on top,
4... anal a single-colored spot with little dividing line *4,
5... upperside
flies about 1.5.-15.9. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), Quail wheat (Melampyrum pratense), ...
Melitaea aurelia
Nickerl's Fritillary
(Melitaea aurelia)
M. athalia, aurelia and britomartis are hardly distinguishable!
All hind-wing spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,,
2... marginal strip a little darker than marginal spots,
3... female red, male black-red palm hair on top,
4... anal a single-colored spot with little dividing line*4,
5... upperside
flies about 1.6.-31.7. throughout Austria,
caterpillar food Plantain (Plantago lanceolata).
Melitaea britomartis
Assmann's Fritillary*5
(Melitaea britomartis)
M. athalia, aurelia and britomartis are hardly distinguishable!
All hind-wing spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,,
2... marginal strip darker than marginal spots,
3... dark palm hair on top,
4... anal two different colored spots with continous dividing line *4,
5... upperside
flies about 20.5.-10.8. more in eastern Austria,,
caterpillar food Plantain (Plantago lanceolata), Veronica teucrium, Rhinanthus minor.
Melitaea diamina
False Heath Fritillary (Video)
(Melitaea diamina)
All hind-wing spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,,
2... marginal strip clearly ocher,
3... orange-yellow postdiscal spots with dark dots,
4... upperside hind-wing very dark,
flies about 1.5.-31.7. throughout Austria at damp places,
caterpillar food Valeriana-species.
       
Euphyodryas aurinia
Marsh Fritillary
(Euphyodryas aurinia)
1... basal bordered spots,
2... yellow dots with dark dot in the orange postdiscalband,
3... upperside hind-wing dark spots postdiscal, otherwise whole upperside chequered with yellow and orange spots,
flies about 10.4.-20.7. throughout Austria,
or the pale-yellow variant od the alpine Fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia var. debilis) flies about 20.6.-31.8. only in the Alps,
caterpillar food Succisa pratensis, Scabiosa-species, ...
Euphydryas maturna
Scarce Fritillary *2
(Euphydryas maturna)
1... basal bordered spots,
2... contiguous orange bands without dark dots,
3... upperside with orange marginal band and chequered with bright, yellow, orange spots,
flies about 20.5.-10.7. in northern, southern and eastern Austria,
caterpillar food Ash (Fraxinus excelsior), Plantain- (Plantago-) species, ...
Euphydryas intermedia
Asian Fritillary *6
(Euphydryas intermedia)
1... basal bordered spots,
2... contiguous orange bands without dark dots,
3... the dark line in the light band (discal) is often interrupted,
4... even, bright marginal spots,
5... upperside with orange marginal band and chequered with bright, yellow, orange spots*7,
flies about 20.6.-10.8. from approx 1000m (3300 feet) in the Alps of southern Austria,
caterpillar food Blue Honeysuckle (Lonicera caerulea).
Euphydryas cynthia
Cynthia's Fritillary *2
(Euphydryas cynthia)
1...basal bordered spots,
2... contiguous orange bands without dark dots,
3... female has discal no line in bright band,
4... male is on the upperside basal and discal white,
5... upperside female,
flies about 20.6.-10.8. from approx 900m (2300 feet) in the Alps of western and southern Austria,
caterpillar food Plantain (Plantago alpina), Viola calcarata.
       
Melitaea asteria
Little Fritillary *3
(Melitaea asteria)
looks like Heath Fritillary, but much smaller,
all hind-wing-spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,
2... only ONE marginal line,
3... upperside sprayed grey,
flies about a 1.7.-31.8. from approx 2000m (6600 feet) in the Alps of western Austria,
caterpillar food Alpen-Plantain (Plantago alpina).
Melitaea varia
Grison's Fritillary *8
(Melitaea varia)
looks like Heath Fritillary,
all hind-wing-spots strongly bordered,
1... also basal bordered spots,
2... shiny white middle-band (difference to Heath Fritillary),
3... upperside fore-wing: postdiscal-line thin,
flies about 20.6.-31.8. from about 1200m (3900 feet) in the Alps of western Austria,
caterpillar food Plantain (Plantago alpina), Gentiana-species.
   
 

1... Argynninae meens Heliconiinae and Boloria, and Melitaeinae meens Melitaea, Mellicta, Hypodryas und Euphydryas.
2... Watercolor of Jacob Hübner, 1805.
3... Watercolor of A. Spuler, 1910
4... differentiator of Thomas Netter and Jürgen Hensle on http://www.lepiforum.de/lepiwiki.pl?Melitaea_Britomartis (in German) from 14.3.2021.
5... symbole picture
6... retouched maturna, underside watercolor of A. Spuler, 1910.
7... upperside watercolor of Ménétriés, 1859.
8... watercolor of R. Meyer-Dür, 1851.

The species that are most likely to be encountered in Austria, Central Europe, are described in black letters. The eastern and southern parts of Austria are warmer than the western, where you find mountains up to 12500 feet (Alps).
Unless otherwise stated all shown animals were photographed and filmed alive in their natural freedom and left there undamaged. Old animals are difficult to identify. A scientific clear assignement to a certain species is not possible by studying the external characteristics using photos. Photos and classification are from Dolores and Peter Baldia, Vienna, Austria, Europe. Idea, texts, translations, website programming and design were created by Dolores Baldia. The homepage exists since 13.1. 2018. It is a free private developement. This fritillary identification aid was created on march 20, 2021.

       
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More names of these Argynninae (Heliconiinae and Boloria) {de} Perlmuttfalter, "Veilchenfalter"
{la} Fabriciana adippe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Argynnis adippe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Argynnis cydippe (Linnaeus, 1761)
{la} Fabriciana adippe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) forma cleodippe (Staudinger)
{la} Fabriciana adippe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) forma cleodoxa (Ochsenheimer)
{de} Feuriger Perlmuttfalter, Märzveilchenfalter, Hundsveilchen-Perlmuttfalter
{en} High Brown Fritillary
{es} Adipe
{fr} Moyen Nacré
{it} Adippe
{sk} Pisani bisernik
{sv} Allmän pärlemorfjäril
{la} Speyeria aglaja (Linnaeus 1758), Argynnis aglaja (Linnaeus 1758), Argynnis charlotta (Haworth, 1802), Mesoacidalia aglaja (Linnaeus, 1758) {de} Großer Perlmuttfalter
{en} Dark Green Fritillary
{es} Lunares de plata
{fr} Grand Nacré
{it} Aglaia
{sk} Beščeči bisernik
{sv} Stor pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria aquilonaris (Stichel, 1908), Argynnis arsilache (Esper), Boloria arsilache (Knoch, 1781) {de} Hochmoor-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Cranberry Frittilary
{fr} Nacré de la canneberge
{sv} Allmän gulfläckig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Brenthis daphne (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) {de} Brombeer-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Marbled Fritillary
{es} Laurel
{fr} Nacré de la ronce
{it} Dafne
{sk} Robidov livadar
{sv} Stor älggräsfjäril
{la} Boloria dia (Linnaeus, 1767), Clossiana dia (Linnaeus, 1767) {de} Magerrasen-Perlmuttfalter, Hainveilchen-Perlmuttfalter, Kleiner Magerrasen-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Weaver's Fritillary
{es} Perlada violeta
{fr} Petit Violette
{it} Dia
{sk} Mali tratar
{sv} Violett pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria eunomia (Esper, 1799), Proclossiana eunomia (Esper, 1799), Proclossiana aphrape (Hübner, 1799/80) {de} Randring-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Bog Fritillary
{es} Perlada de los pantanos
{fr} Nacré de la bistorte
{it} Eunomia
{sv} Svartringlad pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria euphrosyne (Linnaeaus, 1758), Clossiana euphrosyne (Linnaeus, 1758) {de} Früher Perlmuttfalter, Silberfleck-Perlmuttfalter, Veilchen-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Pearl-bordered Fritillary
{es} Perlada rojiza
{fr} Grand Collier argenté
{it} Eufrosine
{sk} Pomladni tratar
{sv} Prydlig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Brenthis hecate (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) {de} Saumfleck-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Twin-spot Fritillary
{es} Hechicera
{fr} Nacré de la filipendule
{it} Ecate
{sk} Dvopiki livadar
{sv} Tvillingfläckad pärlemorfjäril
{la} Brenthis ino (Rottemburg, 1775), Argynnis ino (Rottemburg, 1775) {de} Mädesüß-Perlmuttfalter, Violetter Perlmuttfalter
{en} Lesser Marbled Fritillary
{es} Laurel menor
{fr} Nacré de la sanguisorbe, Grande Violette
{it} Ino
{sk} Močvirski livadar
{sv} Älggräsfjäril
{la} Issoria lathonia (Linnaeus, 1758) {de} Kleiner Perlmuttfalter, Silbriger Perlmuttfalter
{en} Queen of Spain Fritillary
{es}Sofía
{fr} Petit Nacré
{it} Latonia
{sk} Pisana lesketavka
{sv} Storfläckig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria napaea (Hoffmannsegg, 1804) {de} Ähnlicher Hochalpen Perlmuttfalter, Großer Hochalpen-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Mountain Fritillary
{es} Perlada de montaña
{fr} Nacré des renouèes
{it} Napea
{sv} Nordisk gulfläckig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Fabriciana niobe (Linnaeus 1758), Argynnis niobe (Linnaeus 1758)
{la} Fabriciana niobe (Linnaeus 1758) forma eris (Meigen, 1829)
{de} Mittlerer Perlmuttfalter
{en} Niobe Fritillary
{fr} Chiffre
{it} Niobe
{sk} Temni bisernik
{sv} Bastardpärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria pales (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) {de} Hochalpen-Perlmuttfalter, Alpenmatten-Perlmuttfalter {en} Shepherd's Frittilary
{es} Perlada alpina
{fr} Nacré subalpin
{it} Pale
{sk} Gorski tratar
{sv} Sydlig gulfläckig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Argynnis pandora (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), maja (Cramer, 1776) {de} Kardinal, Pandora-Falter, Grünlichgelber Perlmuttfalter {en} Cardinal Fritillary
{es} Pandora
{fr} Cardinal
{it} Pandora
{sk} Razkošni bisernik
{sv} Kardinal
{la} Argynnis paphia (Linnaeus, 1758)
{la} Argynnis paphia (Linnaeus, 1758) forma valesina (Esper)
{de} Kaisermantel
{en} Silver-washed Fritillary
{es} Nascarada
{fr} Tabac d'Espagne
{it} Tabacco di Spagna
{sk} Gospica
{sv} Silverstreckad pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria selene (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Clossiana selene (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775) {de} Braunfleckiger Perlmuttfalter, Sumpfwiesen-Perlmuttfalter {en} Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary
{es} Perlada castaña
{fr} Petit Collier argenté
{it} Selene
{sk} Srebrni tratar
{sv} Brunfläckig pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria thore (Hübner, 1803), Clossiana thore (Hübner, 1803) {de} Alpen- Perlmuttfalter, Bergwald-Perlmuttfalter {en} Thor's Fritillary
{fr} Nacré noirâtre
{it} Frittilaria di Thor
{sk} Temni tratar
{sv} Gråkantad pärlemorfjäril
{la} Boloria titania (Esper, 1793) ssp. cypris (Meigen, 1828), Clossiana titania (Esper, 1793), Clossiana amathusia (Esper, 1784) {de} Natterwurz-Perlmuttfalter, Alpenmoor-Perlmuttfalter
{en} Titania's Fritillary
{fr} Nacré porphyrin, Alezan
{it} Titania
{sk} Planinski tratar
{sv} Amathusias pärlemorfjäril
 
More names of these Melitaeinae (Melitaea, Mellicta, Hypodryas und Euphydryas) {de} Scheckenfalter, Fleckenfalter
{la} Melitaea asteria (Freyer, 1828), Melicta asteria (Freyer, 1828) {de} Kleiner Scheckenfalter, Ostalpiner Scheckenfalter, Zwerg-Scheckenfalter {en} Little Fritillary
{it} Asteria
{sv} Dvärgnätfjäril
{la} Melitaea athalia (Rottemburg, 1775), Papilio / Melicta athalia (Rottemburg, 1775), Mellicta neglecta (Pfau, 1945), Papilio poedotrophos (Bergsträsser, 1780), Papilio leucippe (Schneider, 1789), Papilio fulla (Quensel, 1791), Papilio hertha (Quensel, 1791) {de} Wachtelweizen-Scheckenfalter, Gemeiner Scheckenfalter, Mittelwegerichfalter {en} Heath Fritillary
{es} Atalia
{fr} Mélitée du mélampyre
{it} Atalia
{sk} Navadni pisanček
{sv} Grobladsnätfjäril
{la} Melitaea aurelia (Nickerl 1850), Mellicta / Papilio parthenie (Brockhausen 1788) {de} Ehrenpreis-Scheckenfalter, Nickerl's Scheckenfalter {en} Nickerl's Fritillary
{fr} Mélitée des digitales
{it} Aurelia
{sk} Jetičnikov pisanček
{sv} Liten nätfjäril
{la} Euphydryas aurinia (Rottemburg, 1775), Papilio / Eurodryas aurinia (Rottemburg, 1775) {de} Goldener Scheckenfalter, Skabiosen-Scheckenfalter, Abbiss-Scheckenfalter {en} Marsh Fritillary
{fr} Damier de la succise
{it} Aurina
{sk} Travniški postavnež
{sv} Ärenprisnätfjäril
{la} Euphydryas aurinia (Rottemburg, 1775) var. debilis (Oberthür, 1909), Eurodryas aurinia (Rottemburg, 1775) var. debilis (Oberthür, 1909), Papilio artemis (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio maturna (Esper, 1777), Papilio lye (Bergsträsser, 1780), Papilio koloswarensis (Piller und Mitterpacher, 1783), Papilio matutina (Thunberg, 1791), Papilio merope (De Prunner, 1798) {de} Alpen-Scheckenfalter, Skabiosen-Scheckenfalter Gebirgsform {en} Marsh Fritillary var. debilis
{fr} Damier de la succise var. debilis
{it} Aurina var. debilis
{sk} Travniški postavnež var. debilis
{sv} Alpin ärenprisnätfjäril
{la} Melitaea britomartis (Assmann, 1847), Mellicta britomartis (Assmann, 1847), Melitaea parthenope (Ménétriés, 1857), Melitaea segusiana (Rocci, 1932) {de} Östlicher Scheckenfalter {en} Assmann's Fritillary
{it} Melitea di Assmann
{sk} Temni pisanček
{sv} Veronikanätfjäril
{la} Melitaea cinxia (Linnaeus 1758), Papilio pilosellae (Rottemburg,1775), Papilio delia (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio abacus (Retzius) {de} Wegerich-Scheckenfalter, Gemeiner Scheckenfalter {en} Glanville Fritillary
{es} Doncella punteada
{fr} Mélitée du plantain
{it} Cinzia
{sk} Pikasti postavnež
{sv} Hökblomsternätfjäril
{la} Euphydryas cynthia (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio / Hypodryas cynthia (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775); Papilio trivia (Esper, 1781), Papilio mysia (Hübner,1799), Papilio maturna (Hübner, 1805) {de} Veilchen-Scheckenfalter, Alpen-Scheckenfalter {en} Cynthia's Fritillary
{fr} Damier de l'alchémille
{it} Eufidriade di Cinzia
{sv} Cynthias nätfjäril
{la} Melitaea diamina (Lang, 1789), Papilio / Mellicta diamina (Lang, 1789), Papilio / Mellicta dictynna (Esper, 1779) {de} Baldrian-Scheckenfalter, Silber-Scheckenfalter {en} False Heath Fritillary
{es} Doncella oscura
{fr} Damier noir
{it} Melitea di Lang
{sk} Močvirski pisanček
{sv} Kovetenätfjäril
{la} Melitaea didyma (Esper, 1779), Papilio didyma (Esper, 1778), Papilio cytheris (Mueschen, 1781), Papilio athulia (Fabricius, 1787) {de} Roter Scheckenfalter, Feuriger Scheckenfalter {en} Spotted Fritillary
{es} Doncella tímida
{fr} Mélitée orangée
{it} Didima
{sk} Rdeči pisanček
{sv} Fläckig nätfjäril
{la} Euphydryas intermedia (Ménétriés, 1859), Melitaea intermedia (Ménétriés, 1859), Euphydryas / Hypodryas intermedia wolfensbergeri (Frey, 1880) {de} Geißblatt-Scheckenfalter, Alpen-Maivogel {en} Asian Fritillary
{fr} Damier du chévrefeuille
{it} Eufidriade intermedia
{sk} Ruševni postavnež
{sv} Asiatisk nätfjäril
{la} Euphydryas maturna (Linnaeus, 1758), Papilio / Hypodryas maturna (Linnaeus, 1758), Papilio cynthia (Esper, 1778), Papilio agrotera (Bergsträsser, 1780) {de} Eschen-Scheckenfalter, Maivogel, Kleiner Maivogel {en} Scarce Fritillary
{fr} Damier du frêne
{it} Maturna
{sk} Gozdni postavnež
{sv} Boknätfjäril
{la} Melitaea phoebe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio phoebe (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio tremulae (Piller und Mitterbacher, 1783) {de} Flockenblumen-Scheckenfalter, Großer Scheckenfalter {en} Knapweed Fritillary
{es} Doncella modesta
{fr} Grand Damier, Mélité des centaurées
{it} Febe
{sk} Veliki postavnež
{sv} Klintnätfjäril
{la} Melitaea trivia (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio trivia (Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Melitaea / Papilio fascelis (Esper, 1784), Papilio trivia ((Denis und Schiffermüller, 1775), Papilio phoebe (Esper, 1782) {de} Bräunlicher Scheckenfalter {en} Lesser Spotted Fritillary
{it} Melitea di Diana
{sk} Lučnikov pisanček
{sv} Liten fläckig nätfjäril
{la} Melitaea varia (Meyer-Dür, 1851), Mellicta varia (Meyer-Dür, 1851) {de} Bündner Scheckenfalter, Westalpiner Scheckenfalter {en} Grisons Fritillary
{fr} Mélitée de la gentiane
{it} Melitea variabile
{sv} Alpnätfjäril
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