Pyrgus alveus (Hübner, 1803)


South Germany


Habitat
  • Glades
  • Mountain pastures
22 - 32 mm
Merlet major
Soumračník bělopásný
Sonnenröschen-Würfel-Dickkopffal
Vahulille-täpikpunnpea
Large Grizzled Skipper
Ajedrezada serrana
Hespérie du Faux-Buis
Plain-chant
Margoji hesperija
Hegyi busalepke
Groot spikkeldikkopje
Alvesmyger
Powszelatek alweus
Súmračník horský
Gorski pirgavac
Tummakirjosiipi
Kattunvisslare
Büyük Boz Zýpzýp
Εσπερίδα των λιβαδιών
Толстоголовка альвеус
Толстоголовка белопятнистая
北方花弄蝶
북방흰점팔랑나비

Primary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
CistaceaeHelianthemumRockrose
PolygalaceaePolygalaMilkworts
RosaceaeAgrimoniaAgrimony
PotentillaCinquefoil
RubusBramble

Secondary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
RosaceaeFragaria vescaWoodland Strawberry

Synonyms and other combinations

Pyrgus scandinavicusStrand, 1903
Pyrgus alticolaRebel, 1909
Syrichthus ballotaeOberthür, 1910
Pyrgus centralitaliaeVérity, 1920
Pyrgus accretaVérity, 1925
Pyrgus trebevicensisWarren, 1926
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