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Swift Forktail? - Ischnura erratica - male

Swift Forktail? - Ischnura erratica - Male
Twin Lakes, 10 miles up and south of the Umpqua River, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
June 18, 2005
We found what we think is an immature male Ischnura erratica on a railing along the path around lower Twin Lake. We'd appreciate confirmation or correction.

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Swift Forktail? - Ischnura erratica - male Swift Forktail? - Ischnura erratica - male

You are correct
Yes, that is definitely an immature male Ischnura erratica.

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