Double-striped Bluet

The Double-striped Bluet is a damselfly, which when compared to dragonflies, typically have a slender body and similar sized/shaped fore- and hind-wings which they tend to hold over their body. Their diet of pest insects like mosquitoes and flies means they are beneficial insects to humans as well as the ecosystem.

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