The first damselfly in Late Cretaceous amber from South Dakota is described and figured. The specimen preserves the forewing apex of a possible hemiphlebiid, a group of relict damselflies today that were apparently widespread and diverse during the Cretaceous.
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Vol. 113 • No. 3/4