From Wildlife Extra:
New location seems better suited than previous known location
March 2013. The Waterberg Copper found after a gap of some 30 years during which it was assumed that it had become extinct. The butterfly was only known from one location, but it has now been found at a new location in greater numbers than before.
The butterfly has appeared at the Bateleur Nature Reserve which seemingly has plenty of suitable habitat [more] than the previous site.
More about this is here.
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