Pararge aegeria tircis
Endopterygota. The wings develop inside the body of the immature insects and there is a marked change (metamorphosis) during the life cycle. The young stages are very different from the adults. The young are called larvae. The change from larva to adult form takes place during a non-feeding stage called pupa. This division is also known as the Holometabola
Lepidoptera Butterflies and Moths
Satyridae Brown Butterflies, 'the browns'
Adults may be seen from March to October in woodland clearings.
Everywhere in Great Britain and Ireland.