Observation Notes: Please clarify what kind of Fritillary this is and what the key ID features are.
Verified By: rosslayberry
Record Verified Date:October 14, 2012
Review Notes: This one is easy; the black spot in the lowest forewing cell is quite visible in both wings. And it is much too bright-coloured to be an atlantis. So it is an aphrodite. Ross Layberry
Franklin County, New York, United States
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