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Orange Bluet? (No, Female Eastern Forktail) - Ischnura verticalis - female

Orange Bluet? (No, Female Eastern Forktail) - Ischnura verticalis - Female
Dunning Lake - Near Bovey, MN, Itasca County, Minnesota, USA
August 21, 2009
I found this damselfly at our home in northern Minnesota. The closest I can come by looking in my field guide is Orange Bluet. Is that correct?
Earl Orf
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forktail
Female Eastern Forktail, note the orange extends for the first few abdominal segments and there rest is black.

We would suggest Ischnura verticalis
immature female

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