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Damselfly ID (UK) (1 Viewer)

Roy C

Occasional bird snapper
I am guessing this is a Common blue Damselfly, maybe a female. Could someone please confirm its ID - thank you.
 

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Swindon Addick

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It's immature, which is why it isn't as blue as you'd expect from the ID books. They take a few days to develop the bright blue colour.
 
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