|Spring Azure on its host plant lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium pallidum)|
Another butterfly of early spring is the Spring Azure. These small, gray and blue butterflies are common in wooded areas. There are two types of Spring Azure: one that shows up around the end of March and stays for much of April and one that emerges around the end of April and is common in May.
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