Distribution and biological peculiarities in Armenia: The species occurs throughout the Palearctic ecozone. Armenia is inhabited by subspecies P. a. bella (Herrich-Schäffer, ), which occupies almost entire country occurring in wide variety of habitats, predominantly grasslands and scarce deciduous woodlands, but also sometimes is recorded in riparian scrubs and in orchards. The elevation range taken by the species is from 400 to 2300 m a.s.l. The species uses variety of host plants, including Astragalus spp., Coronilla varia, Colutea spp., Cytisus spp., Hippocrepis comosa, Galega spp., Genista spp., Lathyrus spp., Lotus spp., Medicago spp., Melilotus spp., Ononis spp., Trifolium spp., Vicia spp. It gives one generation per year having butterflies on wing from early June till mid August, depending on elevation. Population dynamics: The species is quite common in many habitats, and shows stable population trend during 2003-2013 (p>0.05). It appears that high-level adaptability of Silver-studded Blue and an ability to switch between host-plants helps it to survive under habitat transformation, overgrazing, and so on.
Conservation measures: The species is not included in the Global and Armenian Red Lists, as well as in CITES and Bern Conventions, however is evaluated for the European Red Book as a Least Concern. Obviously it deserves the same status at a National level. Its distribution is covered by all the protected areas, Emerald Sites, and Prime Butterfly Areas, and so the species doesn't require specific conservation measures, however it is important to continue its monitoring as the main component of grassland ecosystems, which can play significant role in pollination.