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Damsefly in Veragua Adventure Park, Limón, Costa Rica
I love these. I have seen one from a different species here in Guanacaste. I thought it would be interesting for the Noah users to know this info from Wikipedia: "Megaloprepus caerulatus is a damselfly of the Forest Giant family (Pseudostigmatidae), found in wet and moist forests in Central and South America. It has the greatest wingspan of any living damselfly or dragonfly, up to 19 centimeters (7.5 inches) in the largest males. Its large size and the markings on its wings make it a conspicuous species; a hovering Megaloprepus has been described as a "pulsating blue-and-white beacon"
Lat: 9.92, Long: -83.19
Spotted on Dec 29, 2011 Submitted on Jan 7, 2012