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Subject: unidentified damselfly
Location: Mexico, see text
January 30, 2015 4:48 am
During a 5 week trip in southern Mexico in Dec-Jan 2014-15, I had the opportunity to photograph quite a large a number of insects. Among those that I haven’t been able to identify yet is this damselfly, probably an Argia species. The first two photos show the same individual, the 3th photo shows another individual but it could very well be the same species (identical shoulder striping).
Location image 1 and 2: Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo province, altitude: sea level.
Location image 3: Rio Lagartos, Yucatan province, altitude: sea level.
Any id suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Signature: David Kohl

Damselfly

Damselfly

Dear David,
We are afraid that the proper species identification of your Damselflies is beyond our ability.  We are posting your images in the hope that one of our readers can provide you with information.

Damselfly

Damselfly

Another Damselfly

Another Damselfly

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Mexico

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