Argynnis paphia - Silver-washed Fritillary - Keizersmantel - Kaisermantel
The male upperside (35 mm) is orange, spotted with black. The male is brighter than the female and carries four black streaks of scent-scales near the middle of the forewing. The underside of the forewing is normally orange in both sexes, lightly marked with black, while the underside of the hindwing is greenish with silver stripes and a purplish tinge towards the outside. Flight from May to August in flowery meadows, open woodland and waste ground. It's a fast and powerful flyer which is often found on Bramble blossom. The larval foodplants are various Viola species.