Polyommatus dorylas - Turquoise Blue - Turkooisblauwtje - Wundklee-Bläuling
The male upperside is sky blue with a kind of viole iridescence when viewed from cerain angles and narrow black borders. The female is a little bit smaller than the male and has a brown ground colour, sometimes with a blue dusting at the base and orange submarginal lunules on the hindwing and sometimes on the foreweing as well. Male and female have white fringes. The male underside is brownish grey with broad white borderds, orange lunules and pale or nong markings. The female is similar but more pale brown. Flight from May to September in two broods in flower rich grassland from 900 to 2000m. The larval foodplant is Kidney Vetch.