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Ebony jewelwing

Habitat:

Creek sides, wetlands, forests,

Notes:

Males are metallic blue green with opaque black wings. Females are duller green with translucent black wings with a white spot

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1 Comment

Thane Wilcox
Thane Wilcox 4 years ago

It's very interesting that you were able to capture both sexes. I've never seen the Female (black) in person before.

pippinincarnate68
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pippinincarnate68

New York, USA

Spotted on Apr 5, 2016
Submitted on Apr 5, 2016

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