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A 2-toned blue male Damselfly of 3.5 cm in length. The head, eyes and thorax are sky blue, while the abdomen is a turquoise blue.
Along the San Vicente River of the Chiflón Waterfall Park, Chiapas, Mexico.
Many thanks to Kathy Claypole Biggs of California for the generic identification. She writes "This beauty is one of 2 look-alike species: A. anceps (Cerulean Dancer ) or A. westfalli (Westfall’s Dancer), both of which occur in Chiapas". https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argia_ance... https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:... http://www.thehibbitts.net/troy/photo/od...