Friday, June 16, 2017

Ebony Jewelwing

On 8 June 2017 I was checking my bird net when I kicked up a male Ebony Jewelwing. (Females have white spotted wing tips.) These damselflies are often abundant along area rivers and streams. I ran into the house to fetch my camera. By my reckoning, this individual is the 18th species of Odonata we have photographed in Erika’s garden.

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