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A Rainbow Bluet (Enallagma antennatum) eating a plume moth.

A damselfly eating a moth is like a toddler eating spaghetti. They just can't do it cleanly, or maybe they don't care to.

A Rainbow Bluet (Enallagma antennatum) with the remains of a plume moth in its mouth.

The damselfly has now turned its prey into a bolus of moth-meat, but hasn't choked it all down yet.

A Rainbow Bluet (Enallagma antennatum), covered in scales and bristles from the wings of a plume moth it has just eaten.

Almost all of the moth is inside now. Scales and bristles from its wings are still all over the damselfly's thorax and legs.

A Rainbow Bluet (Enallagma antennatum), covered in scales and bristles from the wings of a plume moth it has just eaten.

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