Common Grass-blue
Zizina labradus

Summary

Common Grass-blue butterflies fly close to the ground, landing frequently to feed on flowers. Above: pale purple-blue with wing edges dull brown. Below: grey with brown and white markings.


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Habitat

Lawns and pastures

Distribution

Western and eastern mainland Australia and Tasmania

Size

Wingspan up to around 20mm

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