Main: (Lycaenidae / Theclinae)
61.009 [B&F: 1568] Lang's Short-tailed Blue (Leptotes pirithous) (Linnaeus, 1767)

 

Notes: Common in farmland, rough meadows, roadside verges and woodland edges; 0-1200 m throughout much of southern Europe, less numerous in the north. Recorded once in Britain, in Dorset in 1938, considered to have arrived in an influx of other immigrants. Wingspan 24-26 mm. Larva feeds on Lucerne.

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