Fringed Blue

Neolucia agricola (Westwood, 1851)

One of the drabbest butterflies this species is very similar across sexs with a bronze like sheen the female may be paler. These butterflies stay close to host plants and tend to fly no higher than 1m.

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What habitats does Neolucia agricola live in?

Heathland where it's host plants grow

What is the distribution of Neolucia agricola?

Generally from southern temperate and sub-alpine Australia and Tasmania

How big does Neolucia agricola grow?

Wingspan of up to 2.6 cm

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