Butterflies of Norway




English name: Dark Green Fritillary
Norwegian name: Aglajaperlemorvinge
Auctor: (Linnaeus, 1758)
Original description: as Papilio Nymphalis aglaja in Syst.Nat. (Edn. 10) I: 481.
Syn.: charlotta [Haworth], 1802
Type locality of nominate species: Sweden.
Worldwide distribution: Almost entire Palaearctic region; Morocco, Europe, temperate parts of Asia to
China and Japan.
Subspecies in Norway: A.a.aglaja.


A. aglaja aglaja

Auctor: (Linnaeus, 1758)
Syn.: --
Type locality of subspecies: Sweden.
Distribution in Norway: Norway as far north as north Troms.
Notes: A. aglaja is a common species and can even be found above the timber line.
Described forms found in Norway: - - -
Etymology: aglaja: aglaia = splendor, beauty (f.).


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 Coll. date


 1  35  BØ  Modum  12-JUL-2000  male
 2  25  TEI  Vinje  25-JUL-2001  male (ventral view)
 3  50  SFI  Aurland  08-AUG-1993  female
 4  69  MRI  Stranda  10-JUL-1999  female (ventral view)

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