Plebejus argus - Silver-studded Blue - Heideblauwtje - Geißklee-Bläuling
The male upperside of the Silver-studded Blue is a deep blue with black borders. The female is chocolate-brown with orange lunules on the hindwing and sometimes on the forewing as well. The butterflies spend a lot of time resting with their wings closed. Flight from May to August in one brood. The larval foodplants are Heather, Rock-rose and a wide range of leguminous plants. The habitat of the Silver-studded Blue are Heaths and grasslands.