Fritillary Butterfly hind wing with iridescent markings. Fritillaries are fast fliers seen feeding on Black-Eyed Susans and thistles in mid-summer to early fall. Usually spotted in open fields, valleys and pastures. These butterfly wings are brown and tan with beautiful silvery spots. The other is autumn leaf orange with brown markings. I have encased 3 wings in 1" x 1 1/2" glass with copper.
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