Pseudophilotes baton (NL: Klein tijmblauwtje / EN: Baton Blue / DE: Graublauer Bläuling /FR: Azuré de la sarriette) is a small butterfly of the Lycaenidae family with some distinctive characteristics: strongly chequered fringes, a solid, uniform and usually intense orange band on the underside hindwing - no orange on the forewing and a discal spot on the upperside forewing. The wingspan is 10–11 mm. It is found in Central and Southern Europe.
Image: Vendicari (IT-SI) - 09/04/2012
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