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Basiaeschna janata (Springtime Darner), male

Basiaeschna janata (Springtime Darner), male

What wonderful shades of blue. Sort of resembles a flower while standing on it's head.

A blue damselfly. The difference between damselflies and dragonflies is that the damsels fold up their wings while perched. Dragonflies keep them open.

Sparkly Clothespin Dragonfly Craft | I Heart Crafty Things

Sparkly Clothespin Dragonfly Craft

This sparkly clothespin dragonfly craft is great for an insect craft, summer kids craft, spring kids craft, bug crafts for kids and dragonfly kids craft.

Peek-a-bug: This little Damselfly was caught hiding behind a blade of grass in Fordwich Lakes, near Kent

Hide 'n' peek! The damselfly who thought he was hidden... but was given away by his bug eyes

Funny pictures about Peek a boo. Oh, and cool pics about Peek a boo. Also, Peek a boo photos.

damselfly with waterdrop  damselflies must get covered in dew quite often.  i've seen lots of wet dragon/damsel pix. :)  so pretty.

Dew-covered damselflies glitter like jewels in the morning sunshine

damselfly with waterdrop damselflies must get covered in dew quite often. i've seen lots of wet dragon/damsel pix. :) so pretty.

Nemoptera is a Palearctic genus of insects of the family Nemopteridae or spoonwings. All species are diurnal with an exclusively floral diet, preferring to fly in open spaces in full sunshine while visiting flowers. They can be recognized by their very long hind wing prolongations. By Jo Williams

Nemoptera or spoonwing photo by Jo Williams. Recognized by very long hind-wing prolongations, they are a Palearctic genus, whose diet is exclusively floral, preferring open spaces in full sunshine

This emerald green #dragonfly #reflection picture is amazing-  #stunning capture! www.ArtNouv.com

This emerald green dragonfly reflection picture is amazing- would be great to do a painting of it

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