Azure Damselflies ovipositing

On Monday, I went to my local wildlife garden to check on dragonflies and damselflies. There were only Azure damselflies, Coenagrion puella. I spent some time around the pond taking some photos of the damselflies around the pond. The Azure Damselfly is a common species, frequent in small ponds. It can be distinguished from the Common Blue Damselfly by a forward pointing sput on the sides of the thorax. I walked around the pond and counted three mating pairs in tandem, and many individuals…

Source: BugBlog

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