Invertebrates of the Southern Appalachians
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Ebony Jewelwing Damselflies (Calopteryx maculata) prefer to inhabit slow flowing, shallow bodies of water such as streams, creeks and swamps. They are one of the few species of damselflies, which will perch with their wings held open.
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