Damselfly Identification

On a recent walk last week along the Beck which runs at the bottom of one of our fields, Stephen and I went for a walk. We took some photos of the wildflowers growing along the beck side as well as the butterflies that we could see and the beautiful beck glimmering in the sunlight. I will share these photos on another occasion.

I also managed to take my first ever photo of a damselfly.


Upon doing some research to identify the damselfly I have narrowed the identification down to either the Common Blue Damselfly or the Azure Damselfly, but I am not sure for certain which this one is so if anyone is good at identifying damselflies then I would love to hear from you.

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2 thoughts on “Damselfly Identification”

  1. Hi Nikkipolani,
    thanks for visiting and letting me know. I thought it was the common Blue Damselfly but wasn’t sure as the Azure Damselfly is similar. Hope you are well.
    Kind regards
    sara @ farmingfriends

  2. I think it’s the common blue you’ve got there. I’d come across a collection of damsel/dragonfly photos and this looks like one of the ones identified as common blue.

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