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New Orleans Damsel Fly

Michael Hoard

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New Orleans Damsel Fly Photograph

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New Orleans, LA - United States

Greetings Olga, thank you so much for viewing New Orleans Damsel Fly it pleases me this photo appeals to you and I appreciate very much the generals comment and ID of this specie of Damsel Fly. Cheers, Michael Hoard

New Orleans, LA - United States

Greetings Steve, thank you so much for viewing New Orleans Damsel Fly it pleases me this photo appeals to you and I appreciate very much the generous comment and the L, Fav, Cheers, Michael Hoard

Stuart, FL - United States

Beautiful colors of this Damselfly. Looks like Ischnura heterosticta, the common name is bluetail

Bolton, ON - Canada

A terrific image, Michael! :) LF

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello Chrisann, thank you so much for the unique feature of Dragon flay Demeselfly in the group Weekly Fun For All Medium I sure appreciate that, Michael Hoard

New Orleans, LA - United States

The Demselfly.

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello Sandra, thank you so much for the feature of Dragon Fly actualy a Demselfly, in the group Memories and Nostalgia, I sure appreciate that, Michael

San Juan, Pu - Puerto Rico

Magnificent capture! Congratulations for your feature in Memories and Nostalgia!

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello First Star Art, thank you for the feature of Dragon Fly, in the group Loving The Color Green, having never seen a damsel fly in 61 years a fellow FAA member has correctly identified this species of insect for me, because the insect is similar to a dragon fly and somewhat related the title Dragon Fly shall remain......I appreciate that, Boo, Michael

New Orleans, LA - United States

Greetings everyone today I received an email from a fellow FAA member Roy Erickson he identified the species of insect which I thought was a dragon fly, having lived in New Orleans 61 years I have never viewed a Damselfly, they are similar to the dragon fly but very different, they are very unique, they eat mosquitos, and other tropical species eat spiders, having viewed this insect close up for the very first time makes this capture very exciting.....Thank you Roy, Michael Hoard

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello Ella Char thank you so much for the feature of Dragon Fly in the group Nature Wildlife Sunsets I appreciate that, Michael

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello JW, thank you so much for the feature of Dragon Fly, in the group Southern Photographers, I sure appreciate that, Michael

New Orleans, LA - United States

Hello Lorainek Photographs thank you for the feature Dragon Fly in the group Textures and Minimal close ups, I appreciate that, Michael

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