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Recent observations

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What

Common Blue Jewel Rhinocypha perforata

Observer

hamishlow

Date

June 9, 2015 05:35 PM AWST

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What

Dancing Jewel Platycypha caligata

Observer

intotheokavango

Date

May 19, 2015 05:31 PM SAST

Description

This observation was made as part of the Okavango Wilderness Project, a 9-year endeavour to measure the heartbeat of the Okavango Delta. For more information, visit http://intotheokavango.org

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What

River jewel Chlorocypha pyriformosa

Observer

muir

Date

April 2, 2015 05:18 PM CET

Description

Three individuals netted at same spot in river -- I suspect all the same species. The only jewels seen on trip.

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Dancing Jewel Platycypha caligata

Observer

dejong

Date

February 27, 2015

Description

Photograph by Y.A. de Jong & T.M. Butynski, wildsolutions.nl

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Observer

pierre_t

Date

September 9, 2014

Place

Ubud (Google, OSM)

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Observer

pierre_t

Date

September 9, 2014

Place

Ubud (Google, OSM)

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Observer

muir

Date

December 10, 2014 11:28 AM SAST

Description

The most hard won ode of the trip.

This beautiful jewel damselfly was a very low flier. Even when disturbed (and it was tolerant of disturbance), it would not fly more than a couple inches above the water surface. It perched on floating vegetation and on the barely not-submerged bamboo bridge that it was observed from. In middle of flowing stream. When it would fly into the direct sunlight, the blue prunose tip would glow. Combined with its primarily yellow legs, it was quite a display. Smaller than the other jewels that I observed.

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Observer

muir

Date

December 10, 2014 11:31 AM SAST

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muir

Date

December 9, 2014 09:25 AM SAST

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Observer

muir

Date

December 9, 2014 09:42 AM SAST

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Observer

muir

Date

December 9, 2014 09:57 AM SAST

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What

Jewels Family Chlorocyphidae

Observer

muir

Date

December 9, 2014 04:25 PM SAST

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Description from Wikipedia

Chlorocyphidae is a family of damselfies, commonly known as jewels. They are most commonly found in Africa and Asia.

No range data available.