Yellow bush dart

Copera marginipes

''Copera marginipes'', yellow bush dart, is a species of damselfly in the family Platycnemididae. It is native to Asia, where it is widespread and common. Commonly found in herbage and stream side vegetation, often at low heights.
Copera marginipes - Yellow Bush Dart Damselfly Location is Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Alongside a stream and paddy fields.
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Appearance

The male's anal appendages are pale yellow to white. The superiors are half the length of segment 10 and inferiors are at least four times the length of superiors. The inferiors tipped with black beneath. In the related species, ''Copera vittata'', the appendages are pale blue or creamy white. The superiors are as long as segment 10 and the inferiors nearly twice the length of superiors. The inferiors are pale within, blackish-brown externally.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderOdonata
FamilyPlatycnemididae
GenusCopera
SpeciesC. marginipes
Photographed in
Indonesia
India