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Enallagma


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


And after all that -


Male Enallagma carunculatum


Enallagma carunculatum


Enallagma


In my opinion - Enallagma carunculatum (male)


I think it is E. carunculatum


Enallagma civile (male)


Enallagma sp. (female)


I do not know the species out here much...


Blue Damselfly at Cape May


We were going to suggest


Tule Bluet, Enallagma carunculatum?


Bluet - probably Tule


Lots of black


We're thinking Enallagma


Not Tule


Not Tule


Moved


Moved


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Female Enallagma sp.


Male Enallagma ebrium?


Moved to Enallagma carunculatum.


Female Enallagma sp.


E. carunculatum


Male Enallagma carunculatum


Male Enallagma carunculatum


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Enallagma carunculatum


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Very teneral individual.But


Agree with your ID


First thought would be Enallagma carunculatum


Enallagma carunculatum (male & female)


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Looks rather to be Enallagma


Enallagma carunculatum - Male


May be


Given the wide blue shoulder stripes


Yes, very lovely


one of the Enallagma species


Male Enallagma carunculatum


Tule Bluet?


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Possibly,


Enallagma spp. (female)


Looks rather to be something in Enallagma


Possibly a Tule Bluet female


Possibly


Even shorter but more specific answer: Bluet


Possibly


Possibly


Enallagma carunculatum (male)


Wonder if it might be Enallagma carunculatum


Thanks!


Interesting - what would have so little blue?


Enallagma


Maybe Enallagma carunculatum


Maybe Enallagma carunculatum


Not an expert ID


Check out


Tule Bluet?


Check out Enallagma carunculatum


We would suggest male,


Differences between Enallagma praevarum & E. carunculatum


Enlargement of the Cerci


Not sure what we were thinking!


Looks like a young male Tule


Enallagma carunculatum


hungry gal


How about


Body more black than blue


This is the only one we find


Another half black and half blue


No to spreadwing


Enallagma, half blue and half black


We would suggest


I am guessing "Tule Bluet", Enallagma carunculatum


Tule Bluet?


Tule Bluet


We would suggest


Abdominal segments


Yes, lots to choose from


Not too black and not too blue


Looks like another blue-form female


Wow! That's a definite keeper :-)


Enallagma carunculatum ID


You called?!


Changed our minds