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Nielen I would have to say it's got to be a Babault's Blue, the pattern is clear note the verticle strip at the front of the wing, although another reference says that the "Only really distinguishable from other members of the Common Blue group by genital dissection" does this mean then that there is a version of this butterfly in our area? maybe you snapped a picture of it as proof.
great snap man. love the butterfly pics
wow, love the picture. interesting angle, how did you manage that?