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  Little Blue Dragonlet - Spare Wing
5.20" x 1.80" wings

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Erythrodiplax Minuscula, North America and Mexico

The Little Blue Dragonlet dragonfly is relatively widespread species and can be readily distinguished in the field by a distinctive powder that develops into a blue frost (pruina hoarfrost) that covers the thorax and abdominal body sections, in particular of older individuals.

Watersheds are their habitat as well as marshy ponds, pools, lakes and slow moving streams. They are found in Arkansas, the Bayou, Brazos, Mississippi, Neches, Ouachita, San Antonio, San Jacinto, St. Francis, Trinity, and throughout the United States.

This species may be quite commonly perched low on grasses or other ground cover. They generally don't travel far, even when disturbed. Males patrol and defend small territories close to the water’s edge where competition is minimal and they have an easier time escaping larger dragonflies. Mating occurs quickly, generally in less than 20 seconds, followed by females laying eggs (ovipositing) on emergent plants guarded by males.

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