Ebony Jewelwing

Calopteryx maculata


Conservation Status

  • The ebony jewelwing is a species of damselfly. 
  • Ebony jewelwing prefer small, slow streams, with densely vegetated stream banks. 
  • They eat mosquitos, as well as other insects.  
  • Many native streamside plants provide habitat for this damselfly, including black willow, cattail, pickerelweed, jewelweed, Joe-pye weed, poison ivy, sassafras, common greenbrier, buttonbush, and more.
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