Are copulating damselflies the source of the stylized heart shape (❤) that we’re all familiar with and drew on Valentine’s Day cards in grade school? Let’s see what we can do with this image of copulating Skimming Bluets (Enallagma geminatum) and you be the judge...
Monday, February 14, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
This is one of my favorite photos: A female American Rubyspot (Hetaerina americana) in the Umpqua Valley of Oregon. She was very cooperative, perching on very light river cobbles with more light cobbles in the background. This really allows us to get a look at the fine patterning and color transitions.
|Female American Rubyspot (Hetaerina americana) on the South Fork Umpqua River, Oregon.|