Argynnis adippe - High Brown Fritillary - Bosrandparelmoervlinder - Feuriger Perlmutterfalter
The male upperside is bright orange, with a variable pattern of dark-brown or black spots; there are two indistinct dark streaks, containing scent-scales, near the rear edge of the forewing. The female ground colour is paler, but her spots are heavier and she is often heavily dusted with greenish scales, especially on the hindwing. In both sexes the underside of the forewing is orange with heavy black spotting, with or without silvery spots at the yellowish tip. The underside of the hindwing is yellowish brown, often heavily tinged with green, and usually with larger silver spots. Flight from June to August in woodland rides and clearings, scrub and rough grassland. Rapid flyer in sunshine and it is often staying quite high in trees, although they coming down to feed at Bramble and thistles. The larval foodplants are various violets.