Agriades glandon- Glandon Blue - Noordelijk mansschildblauwtje - Dunkler Alpenbläuling
The male upperside is shining blue with wide brown borders. The female is sooty brown with traces of marginal spots on the hindwing. The undersides are greyish brown. The forewing has a notable black spot in the cell and another at the end of the cell. There is an arc of black post-discal spots. The submarginal spots are grey. The underside of the hindwing has an explicit white spot int het centre and there are one or two orange submarginal lunues near the rear. Flight in July and August in montane slopes from 1500 metre up to the snow-line. The larval foodplants are snowbells, rock-jasmines and members of the primrose family.