Enallagma carunculatum

Common Names: Tule bluet
Category: Insects
Sub-category: Damselflies

The damselfly has a blue and black abdomen, usually with more black than blue. The black humeral stripes are about a half the width of the blue antehumerals. The tule bluet postocular spots are small and triangular; they are separated by a thin occipital bar.

Typically found near ponds, marshes, bogs, lakes, and rivers from mid-May to October.

Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.