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Which damselfly - Enallagma pollutum

Which damselfly - Enallagma pollutum
Sarasota, Florida, USA
November 9, 2010
Size: 1 1/4 in.

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Which damselfly - Enallagma pollutum Which damselfly - Enallagma pollutum

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We keep staring at the terminal appendages
and we come up with Florida Bluet, Enallagma pollutum. We thought it would be Orange Bluet, but the wide black shoulder stripe and the appendages look wrong.

 
Agree with your ID
Enallagma pollutum

 
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