Delightful damselflies

Damselflies differ from dragonflies in that their wings are normally held along and parallel to the body when at rest. The forewings and hindwings are usually similar and without the broadening towards the tip normally found in the wings of dragonflies. They tend to be smaller, weaker fliers than dragonflies with two separated eyes.

This book is specifically for damselflies, as the companion journal, delectable dragonflies BM126011458047976618, for dragonflies is already in existence.

Please make your entry within two weeks and relist promptly. Be prepared to send it wherever it is requested as soon as it is mooched.

When it is complete please contact me at tennantfamily:U.K. and I will mooch it back from you. Mwynhau! Enjoy!

-Gill (tennantfamily)

Click on the blue underlined link in the journal description to see the slideshow.

 

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