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6 Comments

Janice Parr
Janice Parr 9 years ago

Just love the detail.

ReannaDee
ReannaDee 9 years ago

So cool!

dandoucette
dandoucette 9 years ago

Awesome pic!

Sally Chuang
Sally Chuang 9 years ago

wow...amazing....

ceherzog
ceherzog 9 years ago

Beautiful picture.

TampaDave
TampaDave 9 years ago

This one is tough. There are several blue damselflies species. For ID purposes, if you can try to get some with the wings and tail. The wings and tail pattern are often the easiest way to distinguish between the similar species.
This could be the Azure Bluet or the Stream Bluet or the Skimming Bluet or the Blue-ringed dancer. The Familiar Bluet is a possibility but that one is more of a baby blue color.

ClaytonYoung
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ClaytonYoung

Dallas, Texas, USA

Spotted on May 12, 2011
Submitted on May 12, 2011

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