Narrow-winged damselfly

Botswana 1983Tanzania 2013Singapore 1985Philippines 2015
Damselfly
Chlorolestes elegans
(Agrionidae)
Common Pond Damselfly
Ceriagrion glabrum
(Agrionidae)
Bi-coloued Damselfly
Ceriagrion cerinorubellum
(Agrionidae)
Small Red Damselfly
Ceriagrion tenellum
(Agrionidae)
Turky of North Cyprus 1998Republic of Palau 1999Ghana 1991Russia 2001
Leon's Red Eyed Damselfly
Agrion splendens
(Agrionidae)
Narrow-winged Damselfly
Megalagrion leptodemus
(Agrionidae)
Northern Damselfly
Coenagrion coenagrion
(Agrionidae)
Northern Damselfly
Coenagrion hastulatum
(Agrionidae)
British Jersey 2013Moldova 2009Ireland 2009England 2008
Dainty Bluet Damselfly
Coenagrion scitulum
(Agrionidae)
Blue-eyed Damselfly
Coenagrion lindeni
(Agrionidae)
Irish Bluet Damselfly
Coenagrion lunulatum
(Agrionidae)
Southern Damselfly
Coenagrion mercuriale
(Agrionidae)
Alderney 2012Mozambique 2011Saint Lucia 2013Philippines 2015
Blue-tailed Damselfly
Ischnura elegans
(Agrionidae)
Common Blue-tailed Damselfly
Ischnura heterosticta
(Agrionidae)
Rambur's Forktail
Ischnura ramburii
(Agrionidae)
White-legged Damselfly
Platycnemis pennipes
(Agrionidae)
British Jersey 2013Isle of Man 2008Bulgaria 2005China, HongKong 2012
Green Emerald Damselfly
Lestes viridis
(Agrionidae)
Large Red Damselfly
Pyrrhosoma nymphula
(Agrionidae)
Red-eyed Damselfly
Erythromma najas
(Agrionidae)
Four-spot Midget
Mortonagrion hirosei
(Agrionidae)
Uganda 1991ElSalvador 1985Nevis 2013Mustique 2011
Common Blue Damselfly
Enallagma glaucum
(Agrionidae)
Helicopter Damselfly
Mecistogaster ornatus rambur
(Agrionidae)
West Indian Firetail
Telebasis dominicana
(Agrionidae)
Damselfly
Argia concinna
(Agrionidae)


Moldova 2013 SILVERUkraine 2021 BRASS
Southern Damselfly
Coenagrion mercuriale
(Agrionidae)
Goblet-marked Damselfly
Erythromma lindenii
(Agrionidae)

Narrow-winged damselfly is the smallest kind by the friend of a dragonfly. It has stopped at the shade of the surrounding leaf of a pond or the damp swamp quietly. Completely unlike a situation like the fighter of demon biddiy or Anax nigrofasciatus, it seems to be a fairy. Seemingly there is a territory also in narrow-winged damselfly and the narrow range is protected. Narrow-winged damselfly folds the feather when having stopped unlike departments of biddiy, such as Anax nigrofasciatus, the gray dragonfly, etc. on the back.

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