Jewelwing Damselfly Sightings

Order: Odonata Family: Calopterygidae Genus: Calopteryx

General Information - Display Sightings - View Map - Photo Gallery - Date & Location Report - Submit Sighting Report and contribute a Jewelwing Damselfly observation for our citizen science community database.

Common Name: Jewelwing Damselfly
Record#: 3126
Date Sighted: 2013-07-15 #Seen: 1
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Jewelwing Damselfly in Herring Cove, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: McIntosh trail, near river
Comment :

Species: Calopteryx maculata
Record#: 1408
Date Sighted: 2012-07-20 #Seen: 4
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly in Halifax, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: McIntosh Run Trail
Comment : This one is a male, they have metallic blue-green bodies and black wings.

Species: Calopteryx maculata
Record#: 1409
Date Sighted: 2012-07-20 #Seen: 1
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly in Halifax, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: McIntosh Run Trail
Comment : This one is a female,they have dull brown/black bodies and browish wings and glistening white spots near wing tip

Species: Calopteryx maculata
Record#: 610
Date Sighted: 2011-07-22 #Seen: 3
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Small stream in Blue Mountain Wilderness area.
Comment : Female is usually a darker brown-black (male green or blue), black wings have a white pseudostigma on the wing tips, males lack the white tip.

Species: Calopteryx maculata
Record#: 611
Date Sighted: 2011-07-22 #Seen: 2
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Small stream in Blue Mountain wilderness area.
Comment : The iridescent greenish (or bluish) body color and plain black wings makes it a male.