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Damselfly

Damselfly
Ft. Walton Beach, Okaloosa County, Florida, USA
October 27, 2018
I was not able to get a side view of this individual last fall, but the coloration is different from the common Rambur's Forktails and Fragile Forktails that I normally see in my yard. Is there any chance of identifying this damselfy?

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Female Ischnura posita?
Most I. posita have broken thoracic stripes, but some don't I believe that this is a mature female with unbroken stripes.

 
Thank you
Thanks so much for your help. I have seen Ischnura posita in the yard before, so this is a distinct possibility.

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