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The brown argus (Aricia agestis) has chocolate brown wings with orange spots near the edge and fringed with white. There is a black spot in the centre of the upper wing. Unlike most other "blues", the Brown Argus has no blue scales on its upperside, both sexes being primarily brown in colour as its common name suggests, although the butterfly does exhibit a blue sheen when at certain angles to the light.
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