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Silver-bordered Fritillary0 locationsButterfly/Moth
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Jun 23 2012
Kendrick Peak Trail #22
TypeButterfly/Moth
FamilyNymphalidae - Brush-footed butterfly
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Boloria (Clossiana) selene

Common Names: Fritillary
Habitat:Meadows, Swamps, often near Woodland and Aspen Thickets. Also meadows near sagelands and grasslands. Widely distributed in the U.S. from Canada and Alaska to Arizona, New Mexico east to the Carolinas.
Description:Tawny Orange above with black lines, dashes and broken black rim. Has 4 rows of metallic silver spots including a row on the margin. One sometimes elongated central silver spot below with submarginal dark spots.

Source: Audubon Online Guides
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