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Damselfly - Ischnura hastata - male

Damselfly - Ischnura hastata - Male
The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas, USA
July 15, 2006
This looks a bit like the Rambur's Forktail we have, but the yellow abdomen and red spot on the wing seem different. Can anyone help? Thanks.

Citrine Forktail
Ischnura hastata. The red spots are the forewing stigmas, which are uniquely inset from the costal vein.

 
Thanks
for the quick and helpful reply. This is the first for Texas, so I'll move it to the guide.

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