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Unknown Damselfly - Argia translata - female

Unknown Damselfly - Argia translata - Female
Garland, Dallas County, Texas, USA
August 24, 2016
I'm not usually this bad at an ID but I have perused my book and just cannot find a good match. I noticed the blue at the top of the abdomen but still cannot come up with a suitable match.

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Unknown Damselfly - Argia translata - female Unknown Damselfly - Argia translata - female Unknown Damselfly - Argia translata - female

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Moved from ID Request.

translata?

Let's see what William says.

 
You know, that is what I orig
You know, that is what I originally thought it was and then for some odd reason thought it didn't match. It matches perfectly. Sometimes first impression is the right one.

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