Skip to content

Hetaerina americana damselfly

Hetaerina americana damselfly

A Hetaerina americana damselfly, sometimes known as the American rubyspot, pictured here in Morelos, Mexico. Research along the Amacuzac River in the Morelos State of Central Mexico found that urbanization in river environments correlated with reduced numbers of larval and adult American rubyspots and with reduced damselfly body condition as measured by lipid mass and muscle mass. (Photo credit: Erland Nielsen)

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Subscribe to Entomology Today via Email

Enter your email address to receive an alert whenever a new post is published here at Entomology Today.