On Nov 6, 2009, LadyAshleyR from Oakland, MD wrote:
Lovely little butterfly, highly variable in markings.
Has a spring, and summer form.
On Jul 30, 2006, Todd_Boland from St. John's, NL (Zone 5b) wrote:
One of our smallest and yet most brightly coloured butterflies. They emerge in late April and stick around until mid-June when they are replaved by the very similar summer azure. The larvae are attended to by ants. Larvae most often feed on pin cherry, blueberry and Viburnum.