Common Caerulean (Jamides Celeno Aelianus)
The Common Caerulean is widely distributed locally and often found at the edges of the nature reserves, flying around shrubs and grasses a few feet from the ground. It has a bright metallic blue on the upper side with buff-grey undersides.
They are so common, most of the time we don’t really even bother to take a closer look. When seen up close, I actually find them quite attractive.