Miscellaneous Butterflies 2 Several unrelated butterflies which do not yet have an individual page

Kirinia eversmanni Wall-type Butterfly
Wall-type Butterfly Kirinia eversmanni
Wall-type Butterfly Kirinia eversmanni
Kirinia eversmanni: The above butterfly looks a little like the Wall Brown Butterfly, Lasiommata megera, also called The Wall, which occurs from Western Europe and North Africa through to Siberia and Central Asia. Although it was at the edge of the territory of the Wall Brown, in Kazakhstan's northern Tien Shan and Alatau regions, it's not a Wall Brown (nor its direct relatives:
Large Wall Brown, Northern Wall Brown, Common Wall Brown). It is a Kirinia eversmanni, which doesn't appear to have an English common name.
Norse Grayling Butterfly
Norse Grayling Butterfly
Norse Grayling Butterflies
The Norse Grayling Butterfly, Oeneis norna, is found from Scandinavia across northern Russia and to Japan. These above were in Kazakhstan's Tien Shan mountains, somewhat south of the usual range. Must be another Oeneis species.
Chazara enervata Butterfly
Chazara enervata Butterfly
The Chazara enervata Butterfly is native to Central Asia (including Iran and Pakistan), particularly mountain areas. It has a wingspan of 45–60 mm. These photos were by Alexandra Makhnina, taken in Kazakhstan.