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Butterflies - Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Boloria selene)

Extinct in Warwickshire due to habitat loss. Last record dated 1960 at Wappenbury Wood.

  • Larval Food Plants
  • Habitat
  • Status
  • Key Sites
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Common Dog-violet (Viola riviniana)
Marsh Violet (Viola palustris)

In Warwickshire, the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary occured in woodland glades and clearings.

In all habitats, the key ingredient is an abundant supply of the larval foodplant growing in damp, lush grass

Extinct in Warwickshire.

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Find out more about the Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary online at the following links;
www.britishbutterflies.co.uk
www.butterfly-conservation.org
www.ukbutterflies.co.uk






Flight Chart
The flight chart below is based on observations of the adult Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterfly in Warwickshire between 2005 and 2008. Peak periods are shown in dark green.


Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary Flight Chart

Distribution Maps

Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary - 2011 records / distribution. Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary - 2010 records / distribution. Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary - 2000 to 2009 records / distribution.
2011 (1yr) 2010 (1yr) 2000-09 (10yr)

Small Pearl-bordered FritillarySmall Pearl-bordered Fritillary © Debbie Hibbitt - Wyre Forest


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