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Species Enallagma divagans - Turquoise Bluet

Turquoise Bluet - Enallagma divagans - female Turquoise bluet - Enallagma divagans - male Turquoise bluet, female - Enallagma divagans - female Turquoise Bluet? - Enallagma divagans - female Mating Turquoise Bluets - Enallagma divagans - male - female Turquoise bluet damselfly - Enallagma divagans - male Turquoise Bluet? - Enallagma divagans - male turquoise bluet - Enallagma divagans - male
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Odonata (Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Suborder Zygoptera (Damselflies)
Family Coenagrionidae (Narrow-winged Damselflies)
Genus Enallagma (American Bluets)
Species divagans (Turquoise Bluet)
Males have turquoise blue sides of thorax, abdomen mostly black, segments 8 and 9 are blue. (1)
Eastern North America
Springs, rivers, seepages, bogs
Guide TBA--PC (more on id--details from Lam)
See Also
Skimming Bluet, Slender Bluet
Print References
Dunkle, Fig. 78, 78, pp. 108-109 (1)
Lam, p. 60 (2)
Internet References
Giff Beaton's page on Pond Damsels, including Turquoise Bluet.
Works Cited
1.Damselflies of Florida, Bermuda, and the Bahamas
Sidney W. Dunkle. 1991. Scientific Publishers.
2.Damselflies of the Northeast
Ed Lam. 2004. Biodiversity Books.