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The Blue-fronted Dancer

One of the more colorful damselflies in this area is the blue-fronted dancer, Argia apicalis.  It is found mostly near slowly-flowing streams. It glows in the bright sunlight. It is fairly common, and always attractive.

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A Damselfly

I saw this damselfly yesterday, eating a small fly. Since the spines on the tibia are longer than the spaces between them we know it is dancer, and not some other group. Damselflies and dragonflies develop their spectacular colors over … Continue reading

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