Hipparchia aristaeus - Southern Grayling - Zuidelijke heivlinder
The upperside, never seen at rest, is brown with a broad orange or yellow band on each wing. The bands contain two eye-=spots on the forewin and a single eye-spot on the hindwing. The male has a dark, wedge-shaped sex-brand on the forewing. The female is larger and often brighter, with broader orange bands that may extend inwards to cover much of the wings. The underside of the forewing is largely orange, with brown borders. The female has two eye-spots but the male has only one. The underside of the hindwing is mottled brown and grey, usually with an irregular black line across the middle and a diffuse white band beyond it. Flight from June to August at rough grassy places. The larval foodplants are grasses.