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unidentified damselfly

Description:

Iridescent blue damselfly, with black abdominal bands, about two inches long.

Habitat:

Pacific Northwest montane forest.

Notes:

Spotted resting on a rock along the shore of East Lake in Newberry Crater National Volcanic Monument in central Oregon.

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2 Comments

Allen Hoof
Allen Hoof 9 months ago

Spenser - Thanks for the suggestion. It motivated me to do some looking around online, and as a result I'm inclined to believe my spotting is Argia sp., perhaps Argia vivida.

Spenser
Spenser 9 months ago

Looks like an Ischnura species.

Allen Hoof
Spotted by
Allen Hoof

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Sep 4, 2019
Submitted on Sep 7, 2019

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