Lasiommata megera - Wall Brown - Argusvlinder - Mauerfuchs
The upperside of the forewing is golden orange with a brown border and a network of other brown markings. Three dark bars cross the cell and the two outer ones commonly continue on an irregular course to the rear margin, although in the male they are obscured by the broad brown sex-brand that runs diagonally through the centre of the wing. There is a single eye-spot. The veins in the outer part of the wing are strongly lined with brown. The basal half of the hindwing is brown, with a narrow orange band outside it and then a broader orange band containing three or four eye-spots. The two bands are usually separated by a narrow brownd streak. The underside of the forewing is a slightly paler version of the upperside. The underside of the hindwing is mottled brown and pearly grey and often has a strong golden sheen. Flight from April to October in two or three broods. The larval foodplants are a wide range of grasses.