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Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly  (Calopteryx maculata) - Calopteryx maculata

Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly (Calopteryx maculata) - Calopteryx maculata
Green Lane, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
May 26, 2012
10:32 AM East Coast - 1/2 hour after rain - 79 deg. F - sunny

At edge of hardwood forest in a clearing - on forbes

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Moved from ID Request.

Nice!
Sexes differ in the presence of white spots on the tips of the forewings. That'd make yours a male I think.

 
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Ebony Jewelwing
It is a male due to the absence of the white stigma on the wing.

Walter Chadwick

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