The Marsh Fritillary butterfly (Euphydryas Aurinia) is a beautiful butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. Commonly distributed in the Palearctic region, the Marsh Fritillary butterfly’s common name derives from one of its several habitats, marshland.
According to Wikipedia, The wingspan of the Marsh Fritillary butterfly is (1.2-1.7) inches for males and (1.6-2.0) inches for females. The adult butterflies usually show a pattern of brown, orange, and yellow markings. Silver markings are present on the hindwing edge. The underside of the wings is patterned with yellow, orange, and brown without any silver coloration at all.