Wild Florida Photo - Calopteryx maculata

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Calopteryx maculata


Florida native


One of the more common damselflies of streams and rivers ranging from Florida throughout most of central and eastern North America.
Ebony jewelwings have black wings. Females have a white spot on the leading edge of the wing near the wingtip.

Calopteryx maculata is a member of the Calopterygidae - Broad-winged Damsels family.

Other species of the Calopteryx genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
  View  Calopteryx dimidiata - SPARKLING JEWELWING

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Date record last modified:
Jun 19, 2007

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