Carcharodus alceae - Mallow Skipper - Kaasjeskruiddikkopje - Malven-Dickkopffalter
The undersides are brown with a variable amount of dark mottling and often a slight pink or purplish tinge on all four wings. The forewing has a few small, pale spots, including a more or less transparent one at the end of the cell. The undersides are greyish brown, with white spots on both wings. The outer edge of the hindwing is stronly toothed or scalloped. Flight from April to September in one or more broods at dry grasslands. Summer butterflies are usually paler than first-brood butterflies. The larval foodplants are mallows and related plants.