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Damselfly Species - Ischnura hastata

Damselfly Species - Ischnura hastata
Stuart, Florida, USA
November 27, 2005
I have no idea what this is, aside from being a Narrow-winged Damselfly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

looks like
mature female Ischnura verticalis, in the guide here

 
While we're the ones who suggested
I verticalis for this, we are reconsidering. Northern Prairie does not show Florida in the range of verticalis, see map. We've checked our guides again, and Dunkle has an image of a mature female I.hastata which is identical to yours.

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