Their larvae actually has an incredible relationship with sugar ants! The larvae lives its entire development stages in the nests of the sugar ants, who help protect the larvae from predators! It's believed that ants then rewarded by secretions by the larvae. Cute but also a little gross.
Arid bronze azures are critically endangered and only two small fragmented populations in Western Australia are thought to exist.
I've got stickers of Arid bronze azures in my shop and they're also one of the butterflies on my Australian butterflies washi tape!