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Damselfly IMG_0021 - Enallagma durum - male

Damselfly IMG_0021 - Enallagma durum - Male
Croton Point Park, Westchester County, New York, USA
August 4, 2012
Tule Bluet?

Moved
Moved from Damselflies.

Enallagma durum (male)


Per Lam (1) - note the narrow triangular eyespots connected by occipital bar, middorsal carina of thorax is blue and black markings on abdominal segments are sharply pointed and arrow-shaped.

 
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Damselflies give me a very hard time. Thanks so much!

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