To cosmln: Hi Cosmin!phlr::2006-06-25 6:48
About your ID:
Thanks for your concern about the ID!

I sent the photo to my colegues from TAGIS before I post it on TN and they identified it as Satyrium esculi, not Satyrium ilicis.
But now, I think that isn't none of this species!
With hours looking at photos and my book of Portuguese butterflies, the specie is Laeosopis roboris (Esper, [1793])!
My butterly doesn't have the litle tails on the rear wings! One caracteristic of the Satyrium.

What did you think about?
I need you opinion!

My best regards
Paulo Henrique
Portugal
Title: Laeosopis roboris (Esper, 1793)FujiFilm FinePix 6900 Zoom
Laeosopis roboris (Esper, 1793) (52) *
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To cosmln: Hi Cosmin! phlr Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1237 W: 130 N: 882] (2821)::2006-06-25 06:48
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:::Re: To cosmln: Hi Cosmin! cosmln Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 201 W: 12 N: 493] (1952)::2006-06-25 06:58
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