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Type of Damsel? - Enallagma signatum

Type of Damsel? - Enallagma signatum
Buffalo, Erie County, New York, USA
June 20, 2007
These two were near the pond

Moved
Moved from American Bluets.

Moved
Moved from Damselflies.

Orange Bluet- Enallagma signatum maybe
No way its a Citrine Forktail, too dark and too long of abdomen. Guessing Orange Bluet, to be honest next time to be sure get a side veiw as well.

Enallagma, not Ischnura
Enallagma, not Ischnura

Bluet?
My suggestion is actually the Orange Bluet- Enallagma signatum.

Citrine Forktail - Ischnura h
Citrine Forktail - Ischnura hastata maybe
See : http://bugguide.net/node/view/597/bgimage

 
Thank you Everyone
I am learning with a new camera...I know the photo isn't great, but I love to learn about what I have photographed..thank you all...

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