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Approximately 4 in (10cm) wingspan. Wings are bright iridescent blue when open. At rest, with wings closed, it is well camouflaged. Probably a male.
Usually see these flying through open areas along rivers and streams or in other clearings in the forest. Fairly common around the Explorama Lodges in the Napo River area.
This photo was taken many years ago - before GPS and digital cameras became common tools.