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Celastrina iynteana, the Jyntea hedge blue, is a small butterfly found in India that belongs to the lycaenids or blues family.
Celastrina iynteana Wikipedia
Male upperside: purplish blue or lilac of a deeper shade than in C. dilecta. Forewing: a much broader dusky-black terminal margin that widens at apex and is somewhat diffuse along its inner edge. In specimens of the dry-season brood there is a diffuse but prominent discal white patch. Hindwing: costa dusky brownish; termen with a comparatively narrow black border edged on the inner side by a more or less obscure subterminal series of black spots, each spot centred in a background which is slightly paler than the lilac ground colour. Underside: pale greyish white or bluish white, with the usual pale brown markings which are small, delicate and regular. Antenna, head, thorax and abdomen blackish brown, antennae ringed with white; beneath: palpi, thorax and abdomen white.
Female: "Upperside fore wing: all but the middle of the disc (which is white glossed with iridescent blue black; a discocellular black spot. Hind wing: blackish; white in the middle glossed with blue; along the veins irrorated with black scales; a submarginal series of pale lunules. Underside: both wings marked exactly as in the male." (de Nicéville)
The butterfly was earlier known as Lycaenopsis jynteana (de Nicéville).
It is found from Sikkim in India to Dawnas.