Common Grass-blue

Zizina otis labradus (Godart, 1824)

Common Grass-blue butterflies fly close to the ground, landing frequently to feed on flowers. Above: pale purple-blue with wing edges dull brown. Below: grey with brown and white markings.

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What habitats does Zizina otis labradus live in?

Lawns and pastures

What is the distribution of Zizina otis labradus?

Western and eastern mainland Australia and Tasmania

How big does Zizina otis labradus grow?

Wingspan up to around 20mm

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