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These two Freija Fritillaries Boloria freija freija were on the Steese Highway northeast of Fairbanks, Alaska on June 24, 2019:

This Fritillary Boloria was seen briefly along the low-point on the side of the Glenn Highway at Sheep Mountain Lodge on June 01, 2008. The raised gravel road bank at this point had numerous dandelions flowering, and bordered low dense scrub with numerous scattered spruces that covered the lower part of the valley, with the treeline occuring c. 100 feet higher up the valley slope. The upperwing pattern indicates Freija freija (extent of dark at the bases; pattern of margin; pattern of inner three dark bands on the cell of the forewing), as does the date:

Update: Andrew Warren has confirmed the ID as Boloria freija freija.