Ceriagrion cerinorubellum (Brauer,1865)

Family: Coenagrionidae
Scientific Name: Ceriagrion cerinorubellum
Common Name: Ornate Coraltail

Ornate Coraltail is a beautiful small damselfly that are commonly found at ponds, drains, at both urban areas as well as forests and nature reserves.

The male has a bluish-green thorax and orange-red at the first two and last three segments of the abdomen. Female is similar to male but the colour is a little duller.

This species of damselfly is very aggressive and will not hesitate to attack and eat other smaller damselflies and insects.

A mating pair

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