Aricia artaxerxes - Northern Brown Argus - Vals Bruin blauwtje - Grosser Sonnenröschen Bläuling
The uppersides of both sexes are dark brown, with orange small lunules on both wings. There is never any trace of blue on the wings. The undersides are greyish brown with orange lunules and numerous white-ringed black spots (no spot in the forwing cell). Flight from June to August in one brood in flower rich grassland from 1000 to 2500 m. The larval foodplants are common rock-rose, stork's-bill and crane's-bill.