Aricia eumedon - Geranium Argus - Zwart blauwtje - Storchschnabel Bläuling
The uppersides of both sexes are dark brown with sometimes a trace of blue at the base. The female has orange lunules near the rear of the hindwing. The underside is greyish with white-ringed black spots. Similar species is the Silvery Argus. Recordnizable differences are the short white streak in vein 5 to the post-discal spot and the more orange submarginal lunules. Flight from May to August in one brood in rough grassland from sealevel to 2500m. The larval foodplants are crane's-bills.