Chalk Hill Blue butterfly sitting in a leaf🌿 in the morning,
The 🦋 that occasionally visits the gardens. A female similar to the Brown Argus which lacks blue dust near the body, and the female Adonis Blue, which has deep veins extending into the white fringe on its wings. The male is chalk hill blue, ellow and is larger than other blue butterflies seen in Britain and Ireland in addition to large blue which can be seen in August flying above the vegetation, searching for females A large number of males may also collect on animal dung and other sources of moisture and minerals Females are much less specialized, dull in color more secretive in their habits, and spend less time than males in flight🤛🤛 The butterfly is confined to the Kekerel meadow in southern England and has declined in some areas during the recent fall👍👍