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It is not Coenagrion pulchellum, but Coenagrion pulella. The U-shape on segment 2 and the amount of blue on segments 4-6 point all to C.puella.
Very nice - welcome to Project Noah! Could you please add one of the common names to the common name box - Variable damselfly or Variable bluet - so the scientific name is shown twice? It's great that you are giving the scientific names!
Spotted on Jan 27, 2013 Submitted on Jan 27, 2013