Wattle blue
Theclinesthes miskini miskini

Widespread species often seen congregating on the tops of hills. Caterpillars eat the leaves of wattles Acacia spp. Widespread species often seen congregating on the tops of hills. Caterpillars eat the leaves of wattles Acacia spp. Widespread species often seen congregating on the tops of hills. Caterpillars eat the leaves of wattles Acacia spp.

Key Facts

Family:lycaenidae
Size (Male):22mm
Size (Female):22mm
Mature Larva Length:12-13mm
Months of Flight:jan, feb, mar, apr, may, oct, nov, dec
Abundance:rare
Alternate Names:Miskin's Blue
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