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WIKIPEDIA articles! The Heath Fritillary (Melitaea athalia) is a
butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found throughout the
Palaearctic from Western Europe to Japan, in heathland, grassland,
and in coppiced woodland. Its association with coppiced woodland
earned it the name "Woodman's Follower" in parts of the UK. It is
considered a threatened species in the UK and Germany, but not
Europe-wide or globally. Heath Fritillaries have a wing-span of
39-47 mm. The upperside is predominantly dark brown and
orange-brown, with the orange-brown spots delineated by dark brown
(along and across the wing-veins); there is a white fringe to the
wings through which the dark brown extends.
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