The Lilypad Clubtail is a slender Clubtail with azure blue eyes. They are usually found around marshy lakes and ponds usually with a lot of water lily. They can often be seen perched on water lily and even emerge on the waterlily, which is how they got their common name
This species is often found perched, particularly on lily pads, but they will also perch on tree leaves, other aquatic vegetation, or sometimes on the ground. They hunt in sunlit woodland openings typically close to the water.
Marshy and boggy lakes and ponds with a lot of aquatic vegetation and lily pads. Also slow moving streams.
Females tap their abdomen on the surface of the water every few seconds to lay their eggs
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