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Damselfly - Ischnura erratica

Damselfly - Ischnura erratica
Lacey (near Olympia), Thurston County, Washington, USA
April 26, 2008
Tried to figure it out in the guide. I think I've got it down to a bluet, but it looks like there are 30-40 bluets in the guide. How does one tell which one it is!!? :)

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Damselfly - Ischnura erratica Damselfly - Ischnura erratica

Moved
Moved from Forktails. William Edwards suggested the possibility of a male-colored female. Don't know why we never thought of that!

Moved

Moved
Moved from Damselflies.

Actually, we're thinking Ischnura
rather than Enallagma. See what you think of I. erratica here

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