A mating pair of "Deceptive" Coraltails- Ceriagrion fallax pendleburyi ♂♀
An uncommon damselfly, usually found around swampy areas at higher elevations.
Note the heart-shaped mating wheel. The female (bottom) is seen receiving sperm from the secondary genitalia of the male (top). Fertilization of eggs only takes place when the eggs are being laid.
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