The appendages that I looked at were those of E. boreale.
2nd day of the REGUA tour, and we went to 1000 meters above sea level. Weather did not really bring out that many species, but this species here is quite rare in the region, and probably was the highlight of the day.
Salinas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The insect family Coenagrionidae is found in the order Odonata and the suborder Zygoptera. The Zygoptera are the damselflies, which although less known than the dragonflies, are no less common. There are more than 1,100 species in this family, making it the largest damselfly family. Coenagrionidae has six subfamilies and they are Agriocnemidinae, Argiinae, Coenagrioninae, Ischnurinae, Leptobasinae, and Pseudagrioninae.