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Blue-tipped dancer damselfly  - Argia tibialis - female

Blue-tipped dancer damselfly - Argia tibialis - Female
Chapel Hill, Mason Farm Biological Reserve, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
June 5, 2013

Moved from ID Request.

We didn't know if you had any other images
where you might be able to see the ovipositor at the end of the abdomen.

Other images
No, sorry, I don't. Sometimes I can only get a couple shots with the insect in one position before it takes off.

Would still go with Argia tibialis
Was it female? There is a blue form female

Blue-tipped dancer
I didn't realize there was a blue form female. I can't tell if this is a female.

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