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Photo#59641
Another damselfly - Enallagma annexum

Another damselfly - Enallagma annexum
Barrie, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
June 24, 2006
This one I really have no clue - help!

Moved
Moved from American Bluets.

Moved

Female
Its a female. Females are harder to tell but the paterns look like eather a Boreal Bluet or a Northern Bluet.

You're out of my range, but...
...have you looked at Odonata Central, http://odonatacentral.bfl.utexas.edu/ or http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/distr/insects/dfly/dflyusa.htm

The latter is only for US species, but it has state lists for states across the border from you that might be useful. Both have images (Odonata Central has more images.)

Elizabeth

 
Thanks for those links - I've
Thanks for those links - I've bookmarked them. Nothing really jumps out at me so far, but I'll have another look tomorrow.

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