Erythrodiplax berenice, the Seaside dragonlet;
Brevard county, Florida (24 May 2019).
The seaside dragonlet is exactly what its name suggests: A small species of dragonfly that hangs out among the dunes adjacent to the shoreline. Though Florida has absolutely butchered and cleaved down much of its natural coastal dunes, you can still find Seaside dragonlets zipping around what remains, but it’s not always to get a clear view of them. They’re fast and extremely active.