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Goblet-marked Damselfly


The light blue males reaches a wingspan of 35-40 millimeters. The second abdominal segment bears a longitudinal strips, segments 3-6 lancet-shaped, black spot. The segments 7 and 8 are mostly solid black upper hand, segments 9 and 10 in light blue. The head is characterized by three narrow blue stripes, the eyes are strikingly blue. The female is usually light green with its color, front head / thorax and posterior abdominal segments, between the abdomen segments 3/4 - light blue.


wet area along the lake, overgrown with grass and reeds

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Jopy 10 years ago

Thank u, taka.ita, I forgot to write scientific name, thought that on both picture was the same I'll do research :)

taka.ita 10 years ago

Photo #1 is Ischnura elegans. Photo #2 is Erythromma lindenii

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Spotted on May 17, 2013
Submitted on May 17, 2013

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