Dysagrion pruettae Archibald and Cannings 2021 (damselfly)

Insecta - Odonata - Dysagrionidae

Full reference: S. B. Archibald and R. A. Cannings. 2021. Taxonomic names, in The Cephalozygoptera, a new, extinct suborder of Odonata with new taxa from the early Eocene Okanagan Highlands, western North America. Zootaxa 4934:1-133

Belongs to Dysagrion according to S. B. Archibald and R. A. Cannings 2021

Sister taxa: Dysagrion fredericii, Dysagrion integrum, Dysagrion lakesii, Dysagrion packardii

Type specimen: SR 13-005-012A,B, an exoskeleton. Its type locality is Republic, locality B4131, which is in a Ypresian lacustrine - large mudstone in the Klondike Mountain Formation of Washington.

Ecology: fast-moving volant carnivore-insectivore

Distribution: found only at Republic, locality B4131

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