Argia pulla

Argia pulla

Argia pulla is a damselfly in the Argia genus.
Argia pulla along the Macal River, Belize Unidentified damselfly along the Macal River in Belize Argia pulla,Belize,Chiquibul,Macal River,Mountain Pine Ridge,Raspaculo River,conservation

Appearance

Male identification:
- Eyes blue below.
- Pale colors mostly purple on head, upper thorax and abdomen, lighter blue in young individuals.
- Sides of abdomen with brown streaks.
- Purple-blue on S8-9 with uneven lower margin.

Female identification:
- Wings yellowish.
- Dorsum of S8-9 pale.
- A dark dash on side of S8.
- A pale marking within the fork of the anterior carina.

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Dancer Damselfly  Argia pulla,Geotagged,Trinidad and Tobago,Winter,black,blue,purple

Distribution

Mexico to Panama, South America
Argia pulla, probably but not sure We have 4 different little damsels in our forest, so far I have identified one. The other three are not very clear, even on the excellent damsel list here
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Habitat

Isolated marshy ponds and small streams; more in the open than in forest.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderOdonata
FamilyCoenagrionidae
GenusArgia
Species