Origin of fritillary
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How to use fritillary in a sentence
Each of these silver-washed fritillaries was housed in a net enclosure and fed honey water.
The bright-orange Gulf fritillary, for example, is thriving not on native plants but on flowers popular in home gardens, Forister said.Butterflies are vanishing out West. Scientists say climate change is to blame.|Dino Grandoni|March 4, 2021|Washington Post
He owned he might have been mistaken, as the brilliant fellow flew swift and high between leaves, like an ordinary fritillary.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
On these sunflakes numerous fritillary butterflies with silver under wings were fluttering, and countless flies were humming.Bee and Butterfly|Lucy Foster Madison
The old lady had thrown off her impermeable chrysalis, and had emerged therefrom a very sober fritillary.A Woman's Burden|Fergus Hume
Sixty years or so before that date it was called the "Greater Silver-streaked Fritillary."
Petiver, who mentioned the last-named locality, calls it the "Dullidge Fritillary."