<B><B>DISTRESS OVER DAMSEL ... </B>A photograph of a bright-blue insect in the Sept. 6 edition of the Weekly triggered an immediate response from a longtime docent at the <B>Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve</B> at Stanford University. "This is not a dragonfly," a sharp-eyed <B>Targe Lindsay</B> wrote regarding the erroneously labeled insect. "It's a damselfly." The common name of the damselfly is vivid dancer; the scientific name, Argia vivida. The Weekly thanks Mr. Lindsay and stands corrected.
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