Laidlaw and Fraser considered that this can be a synonym of L. concinna. M.A. Lieftinck (1934) synonymised these two species and after that these two species were considered synonyms until 1960; he himself restored the status of these as two different species.
Description and habitat
It is a medium sized damselfly with brown-capped yellowish eyes. Its thorax is dark reddish-brown on dorsum, pale yellowish-brown laterally, without any markings. Wings are transparent with pale brown pterostigma. Its abdomen is reddish-brown, paler on the sides. Female is similar to the male. It can be distinguished from other species of this genus by its uniform coloring and its pterostigma.
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