This pale blue damselfly uses its expanded white legs in a courtship display dance. The immature female is very pale, near white, whereas when mature she is pale green. Found by slow moving streams and rivers, this species is the only member of the genus that can also be found near lakes and ponds.
Male, Milton Keynes, UK, 2002
08/06/2007 1 female seen at the Scamandre reserve in the Petit Camargue
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