GREAT SPANGLED FRITILLARY

Great Spangled Fritillaries are common and conspicuous, found in the northern and central U.S. and southern Canada. They are seen in meadow and field areas. These fritillary are large with prominent silver spots on underside of hindwing. They feed milkweeds and thistle. The caterpillars eat the leaves of violets.

GREAT SPANGLED FRITILLARY

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