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Okefenokee damsel - Enallagma concisum - male

Okefenokee damsel - Enallagma concisum - Male
Okefenokee Swamp, Charlton County, Georgia, USA
March 2, 2016
Might this be Enallagma sulcatum in Georgia with no blue on segment 9?

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Okefenokee damsel - Enallagma concisum - male Okefenokee damsel - Enallagma concisum - male

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Moved from American Bluets. William Edwards agreed with young male concisum.

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Moved from ID Request.

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I went through Beaton's Georgia guide and all I can come up with is immature male Cherry bluet, Enallagmaa concisum. that may or may not be correct :-)

 
Well that would explain why there is no blue
on S9. And the cerci are a better fit too. We like it. Let's see what others think.

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