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A case of sympatric Celastrina ladon (Cramer), Celastrina lucia (W. Kirby) and Celastrina neglecta (Edwards) (Lycaenidae: Polyom


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Perhaps Celastrina ladon violacea or Celastrina ladon neglecta


Moved


Celastrina neglecta, Summer azure (?)


Spring Azure


Spring Azure


Celastrina neglecta spring form


Interesting stuff


Celastrina


I thought the species C. lado


Maybe all are the same


Update


Summer Azure (Celastrina neglecta)


I would try


I think this is "C. ladon" or "C. neglecta" - ?


Spring Azure (Celastrina)


Celastrina "ladon" complex


Lucia


Celastrina ladon


Dr Wright commented


Range of characteristics


Celastrina neglecta spring form


Celastrina sp. (neglecta?)


Used to be just one species - "Spring Azure" in the books,


Celastrina...


Spring Azure


Looks like a female Celastrina echo (?)


Celastrina COMPLEX


Celastrina


Summer or ladon?


maybe this.....


Celastrina


If you wish to follow


This is the Northern Spring Azure


Celastrina


N. Florida Azure - Moved


Very interesting...So, C. lad


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Celastrina neglecta


Azure


Spring Azure


Probaly C. ladon


The tail and coloration does


Spring Azure


Looks like Spring Azure, Celastrina ladon


This is an azure, genus Celas


Yes


It's definitely a blue (famil


If you go into


Celastrina sp.


Celastrina sp.


Celastrina ladon?


an Azure - actually a type of butterfly


an Azure, which is indeed a Blue


Perhaps Spring Azure (Celastrina ladon)


probably a Spring Azure - Celastrina ladon,


azure


This is


Celastrina


Kelly is right


azure


It is definitely a female Azure


Spring Azure


Perhaps


Celastrina


Celastrina


Celastrina


a word of caution


Sighting of Larvae


Blue butterfly


A guess would be a Spring Azure


I have a few more images of t


Spring Azure, Celastrina ladon "complex"


Celastrina ladon group


Good suggestion.


Most Interesting


Azure


I agree...Spring Azure, Celastrina ladon


Looks like a Spring Azure, Ce


ID ?


Sorry, but I'd call this some


not Spring Azure


Looks Like Celastrina ladon...


Spring Azure


Southern Spring Azure


Good News!


Lots of new species


A separate species


My guess is


Azure?