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|Female, 1 July 1995||3 July 1982|
Ringlet is a grassland species whose strongest populations are often
found in more shady or damp places than those of the other common
grassland butterflies which prefer open and dry habitat.
Woodland rides, hedgerows and roadside verges, and scrubby grasslands are typical places to find Ringlets.
No threat at present, the species is common and in some years, very
Flight PeriodLate June to the end of July.
DistributionIn suitable habitat throughout the area.