Appearance''Microstigma rotundatum'' is the most common species within the family. These damselflies have a long, thin body and large wings with a dense venation. The apex of the forewings has large yellow flecks and the pseudostigma shows many cells.
DistributionThis species is present in South America . It lives in tropical primary lowland forests.
BehaviorThese damselflies mainly prey on web-building spiders. Larvae develop in water-filled crevices of fallen trees and in phytotelmata, the bodies of water held by some plants .
HabitatThis species is present in South America . It lives in tropical primary lowland forests.
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