Greece this butterfly is easily found in the north where it flies on
many dry grassy places in the mountains. It is easily distinguished
looking at the upperside by the basal dusting of grey-brown scales. I
usually use the forewing cell which is basally covered by this scaling.
The scaling stops just before a fine black line (also only found in this
species), leaving a white space between. The underside post discal band
is relatively(!) even in width.