Azure damselflies’ love tandems, video


This 8 January 2016 video shows male and female azure damselflies in love tandems at the Bourgoyen nature reserve in Ghent, Belgium.

The males are blueish and blackish. The greenish and blackish females are partly under water, to affix their eggs on water plants.

Boy Martin made this video.

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