Saturday, March 22, 2008

Broad-Winged Damselflies

The broad-winged damselflies are amongst the largest of the damselflies. The bodies and also the wings of most species are clad in rich metallic hues of blue or green. The wings are broad for damselflies, and they tend to have a slow fluttering flight something like a butterfly. At rest the wings are held together above the slender body.
They are sun loving and I found a pair sunning themselves.

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