Cedar Hairstreak



Cedar Hairstreak (Mitoura rosneri)

 A small, rust-coloured butterfly with tiny "tails" protruding from the hindwings and a thin, bright white stripe on the underside of the wings (seen when the butterfly is perched, wings closed). Primarily in May and June on many garden and roadside flowers. Larvae feed on cedar and juniper. 


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