Southern brown argus
A small dark-brown butterfly with oranges lunules on the wing margins. Males and females are very similar and resemble greatly the female southern common blue (the main difference is that the brown argus has an extra spot under the hindwing). It flies from March to October and hibernates as a larva. It is a typical species of open areas and the edges of paths and tracks, which is where it finds its larval food plant.
Scientific name: Aricia cramera
See all butterflies of Menorca