Damselflies are really pretty insects that can be found in most any light gap in the forest, as well as around the ponds and some trails. And while in the sunlight they seem to sparkle and iridesce, at night they just grab onto a plant stem and sleep away until daybreak. Fun fact is that this suborder, Zygoptera, is known to be relatively unchanged for some 250 million years. Must be a pretty good design to still be around for that long.
Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist