Satyrium pruni (Linnaeus, 1758)




Habitat
  • Forest edges
  • Single trees or copses on farmland
  • Warm scrub on sunny slopes
30 - 34 mm
Ostruháček švestkový
Slåensommerfugl
Pflaumen-Zipfelfalter
Toominga-kannustiib
Black Hairstreak
Endrinera
Thécla du prunellier
Tecla del susino
Plūmju astainītis
Slyvinis uodeguotis
Szilva farkincás-boglárka
Pruimenpage
Ogończyk śliwowiec
Ostrôžkár slivkový
Trnjinar
Tuominopsasiipi
Busksnabbvinge
Karaerik Sevbenisi
Siyaherik
Βόρεια θέκλα
Хвостатка сливовая
苹果斯灰蝶
벚나무까마귀부전나비

Primary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
RosaceaePrunus domesticaPlum
Prunus padusBird Cherry
Prunus spinosaBlackthorn

Secondary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
RosaceaeRubus idaeusRed raspberry
SorbusRowan

Synonyms and other combinations

Nordmannia pruniLinnaeus, 1758

Satyrium pruni is a member of the clade Satyrium nordmannia

SpeciesAuthor
Satyrium abdominalis(Gerhard, 1850)
Satyrium acaciae(Fabricius, 1787)
Satyrium esculi(Hübner, 1804)
Satyrium eximia(Fixsen, 1887)
Satyrium guichardi(Higgins, 1965)
Satyrium herzi(Fixsen, 1887)
Satyrium ilicis(Esper, 1779)
Satyrium latior(Fixsen, 1887)
Satyrium myrtale(Klug, 1834)
Satyrium pruni(Linnaeus, 1758)
Satyrium prunoides(Staudinger, 1887)
Satyrium runides(Zhdanko, 1990)
Satyrium spini(Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775)
Satyrium thalia(Leech, [1889])
Satyrium w-album(Knoch, 1782)
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