Great Spangled Fritillary

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Great Spangled Fritillary
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Great Spangled Fritillary

The most common fritillary, this butterfly has scalloped wings that measure 2 1/2 4 inches. The upper sides of their wings are marked with black spots while the undersides of their wings have spots of silvery white. This butterfly can be found in open, moist places such as forests, wood openings, and meadows.

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