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Acmon Blue
Acmon Blue
(Plebeius acmon)

Caterpillar hosts: Various species of buckwheats (Eriogonum nudum), lupines (Lupinus), trefoils (lotus), and milkvetches (Astragalus).
Adult food: Flower nectar.

The Acmon Blue butterfly can usually be found around the desert, fields, prairie hills, weedy areas, road edges.


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