Fundația ADEPT Transilvania, together with the Camelia Botnar Foundation and the Municipality of Saschiz, invites you to the opening of the Center of Pottery and Ceramics from Saschiz. The Saschiz Pottery Center aims to revive the traditional crafts of the […]
Latin name: Charcarodus lavatherae
This butterﬂy is distinguished from related species by the colour of dorsal face of the wing, green-brown, or brown-yellow with green tints. Females lay eggs on ﬂowers of woundwort (Stachys spp.). On very warm days, males suck the water from moist places (wet sand, edges of ponds, etc.). The butterﬂies ﬂy in the second half of May until late July. Their preferred habitat is dry meadows rich in shrubs, and steppe grasslands on calcareous soils. The species is rare, threatened through habitat destruction or modiﬁcation.
Wing span: 30-34 mm
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