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Mating Damselflies - Enallagma basidens - male - female

Mating Damselflies - Enallagma basidens - Male Female
Fairborn, Greene County, Ohio, USA
May 28, 2015
Photographed at the Fairborn Community Park.

Moved
Moved from American Bluets due to "Black shoulder stripe cleanly divided by narrow blue stripe is a distinctive feature" statement under the Species Enallagma basidens - Double-striped Bluet info tab.

Moved
Moved from Narrow-winged Damselflies in search of an expert opinion on the ID suggested below.

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Moved from Damselflies in search of an expert opinion on the suggested ID.

I'm not an expert
by any stretch of the imagination, but are they Double-Striped Bluets?

 
Thank you
for the suggestion (and link), Jerry. Quoting from the info tab, "Black shoulder stripe cleanly divided by narrow blue stripe is a distinctive feature." That looks good to me!

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