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Damselfly on chewed-up water hyacinth - Ischnura posita

Damselfly on chewed-up water hyacinth - Ischnura posita
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
August 23, 2009
Is this a Familiar Bluet? It reminds me of a similar damselfly I saw about a month ago.

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Damselfly on chewed-up water hyacinth - Ischnura posita Damselfly on chewed-up water hyacinth - Ischnura posita

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Fragile Forktail?
Looks very teneral but the upperside shots seems to show a Fragile Forktail's pattern.

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