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Azure damselfly

Coenagrion puella


The azure damselfly is a species of damselfly found in most of Europe. It is notable for its distinctive black and blue colouring. Length: 33mm. Flight Period: May to September (occasionally April). Both sexes have a coenagrion spur on the side of the thorax and a thin blue shoulder stripe.


They are commonly found around ponds and lakesides during the summer.

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Stephen Wain
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Stephen Wain

South Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Jun 8, 2018
Submitted on Jun 8, 2018

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