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Saffron-faced blue dart

Pseudagrion rubriceps


Head & thorax . eyes compound to the blue – green for the dominant colour to saffron ( ; yellow ., orange ) faced ., overall to the fronz , clypeus and labrum ., black short a pair of antenne . Blue dart – spirited ( ; body ) side dominant with striped line for black ., to spread irregular green – methalic dorsal . Wings ; black hard ; in venation line to the right of nodus and tern of pterostigma to the corner top . Abdomen ; to look for two colour side blue spirited and black ., both of two colour in different side ; dorsall ( ; black ) and ventral ( ; blue spirite ) . S1 – S3 ., looks for blue overall , S3 is completed of two side tail segment colour comparation ; blue and black ., S4 – S7 ; a colour of black dominant hard to get covering blue for compartion ., S8 – S10 and the areal of appendage ; on blue spirite., with the top tail in black hard .


Perching on to the top leaf at the river .


More often seen to this male charcter than the female one to the distance well for season .

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Deny 4 months ago

yes , at seson of wet ., not seen for the long @Mark Ridgway

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 4 months ago

Wow so many in your area.

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Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia

Spotted on May 9, 2018
Submitted on Aug 27, 2020

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