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These are three of the numerous Azures Celastrinas seen flying along the roads in the densely-wooded Tolsona Campground on June 01, 2008. They are variants of the form lucia (Northern Azure), per Andrew Warren:

1): Note the two very large white-trimmed black spots on the upper edge of the HW, and how close together they are compared to typical Celastrinas:

2): On this one the margin is not darker, but there are small darker patches on the central HW:

3): This one has dark margins but no dark patches in the central HW: