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Bluet? - Enallagma - female

Bluet? - Enallagma - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
April 22, 2012
Size: approx. 3 cm
5 pm in my yard. Could this be a Familiar Bluet (Enallagma civile) - immature female? Would it be safe to assign it as Enallagma sp.?

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Bluet
Yes, definitely a bluet and a female and a youngster. However, Familiar generally has the post-ocular spots not connected, particularly not so strongly. I'd guess something in the Orange/Florida/Vesper group.

 
Thank you!
These bluets are tricky.

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