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damselfly - Male-like - Ischnura ramburii - female

damselfly - Male-like - Ischnura ramburii - Female
Seminole County, Florida, USA
August 21, 2006

Moved from Forktails.


Compare with
images here of the male Rambur's Forktail. 1 1/2 rings of blue at the tip of the abdomen are distinctive for this species. Yours looks like it may have that.

I believe it's a girl
Thick abdomen, no genital bulge under base of the abdomen.

Thanks for the ID help
Thanks for the ID help

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