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Immature Pacific forktail
A lovely common forktail.
immmature heteromorph female
Rambur's Forktail perched on a rock in ...
Juvenile female Rambur's Forktail at ...
Damselfly eating what appears to be a lovebug.
Rambur's Forktail or Eastern
Rambur's Forktail damselfly hanging out ...
From the coloring, these appear to be 2 male rambur's
spotted among weeds in front yard
Eastern Forktail found in Codorus State Park
Unknown female Forktail. Females are hard ...
At home waiting for me
Not fully developed as of yet, needs more white on the body.
Either Eastern Forktail or Rambur's
Forktails are one of the smallest ...
Damselfly with green 'racing stripes', and a blue mark on its tail.
A pair of mating Rambur’s Forktail ...
a female (red) & male (green) Rambur's