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Thanks, Cliff


Argia apicalis or moesta (female)


Argia sp.


Argia moesta is the only Argi


Argia apicalis or moesta


Argia apicalis?


Looks like Argia moesta. :)


Argia moesta


female Argia moesta or apical


argia moesta?


Argia apicalis vs Argia moesta


Powdered Dancer Argia moesta?


Powdered Dancer Argia moesta?


Powdered Dancer (Argia moesta)


Argia moesta?


Erythemis simplicicollis & maybe Argia moesta


Argia


They are both female and both Argia


Argia sp.


Brown form female Dancer


Argia sp. (female)


Looks like a brown-form female Argia


Argia apicalis is my educated


In my opinion - Argia moesta (female)


Female Argia sp.


Female Argia moesta


... or moesta?


Looks like a dancer in the genus Argia


Argia apicalis or moesta (female)


Thanks, John and Jane, that c


looks like a brown-form femal


Looks like a brown form female Argia


Argia


Could it be a female Powdered


Looks to be a female Argia


In my opinion - Argia apicalis (female)


In our eyes, yours differs from all four of the images


More Info


Yes, please post a couple more images,


Blue form female


This is another female Argia - ovipositor


Argia moesta - Powdered Dancer female


Female: Argia moesta OR Argia apicalis


Looks to be a young female Argia


Looks like - Argia apicalis (female)


Don't know if you have any other Argia


Argia


The abdomen is very dark which would


Landing on horizontal surface


Actually we do know better than to question June


They are both female and both Argia


Dusky Dancer


Blue-fronted Dancer


Argia moesta (male)


Argia female


Powdered Dancer


Immature male powdered dancer


Even though this one is brown


Female Argia sp.


Male Argia moesta


Argia moesta (male)


Argia apicalis (female)


Argia moesta (immature male)


Argia


Interesting!


Blue form female


This is Argia moesta


Argia moesta


Looks rather to be a Dancer


Argia moesta (male)


Argia moesta (male)


Female Argia sp.


Possibly, but you should also consider the blue form female


Looks to be


Female Argia sp.


male


Looks to be


Yes, male


Blue form female


Argia moesta (female)


Looks like Powdered Dancer, Argia moesta


Looks like a female Argia


Argia moesta (male)


male


Looks to be


Wonder if it might be


looks like


We would say blue-form female


Argia moesta (female)


Looks like a blue-form female Argia moesta


I would agree with Argia moesta -


Looks like a blue-form female Argia moesta


Looks like a blue form female Argia apicalis


blue form female


Argia moesta


Dancer


Looks to be brown form female


Agree with your ID - Argia moesta


Looks to be blue form female Argia


Looks to be brown form female


more


Looks like a blue-form female Argia moesta


Argia apicalis or moesta (female)


Argia apicalis or moesta (female)


Argia moesta (male)


Argia moesta (male & female)


Is this


Male Argia moesta


Argia moesta (female)


Looks to be


In my opinion - Argia moesta (female)


Agree with your ID - Argia moesta


Young male


a little bit older male


Looks like a young male, Argia moesta


Maybe female Argia moesta


Looks to be a blue form female


female Argia





Looks like it might be


Powdered


This looks like a blue-form female


Argia moesta?


Looks like the Powdered


looks like


Agree with your ID


Looks rather to be Argia moesta


Yes,


Looks to be


Looks to be


Looks to be a Dancer, genus Argia


Argia moesta!


Looks like a young male Argia moesta


young male Argia


Close, looks rather to be


Blue-form female Argia


Dancer in the genus Argia


This is a damselfly


Agree with your ID


Argia moesta (male)


Looks like a brown form female


Powdered Dancer


Looks like a brown form female Argia


Looks to be


Moved to Argia moesta.


First thought is blue form female Argia


Dancer, Argia species, female


Female Argia


Tough call at this size,


Yes, and it looks to be a male


male


Male, Argia moesta


Looks like a young male


It's a Dancer


Female Argia


Your correct on Powdered danc


Female Argia


Female Argia


Argia moesta


Agree with your ID


In my opinion - Argia sp. (male)


Argia moesta blue form female


You're welcome.


How about Argia moesta,


Argia moesta


Looks to be Argia


Wings raised, white powdery


Another horizontally resting, wings raised Dancer.


Sides of the tip of the abdomen quite light


Looks to be a dancer


Looks to be a female


Argia moesta


I misunderstood


Powdered Dancer (Argia moesta)


Are you saying you don't think


Check out the male of Argia moesta


Great shot!


male


Looks like a female Argia apicalis


Difficult to see at this small size,


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta - Male


We would say blue form female


In my opinion - Argia moesta (female)


We would have said blue form female


This looks more like a blue-form


Argia moesta


Rather than Enallagma, we would suggest Argia


Moved


Male


Looks to be female


Powdered Dancer


Looks to be an Argia


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta (male)


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta (male)


All that "powder" gives it away


Female, Argia


Argia


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta (female)


Damselfly instead.


Powdered Dancer (male)


Argia moesta


Yes, and an easy one


and this would be


These are clearly not images of the same individual


This is a female, ovipositor visible below


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta (female)


Powdered Dancer - Argia moesta (male)


In my opinion - Argia moesta (female)


Damselfly ID


Argia moesta (male)


Check out the male


Argia moesta (immature male)


Argia moesta (immature male)


Just for the record...


Argia moesta (male)


Not


Powdered Dancer


I'd


You might consider...


Powdered Dancer -


That pale blue turning white


Any males around?


We must confess that the image


Powdered Dancer looks close


Dancer


female Powdered Dancer


And we're gonna go on a limb here


Looks like a young male


I'm thinking Powdered Dancer


List of Argia in California, in case it helps (from Biggs book)


not a spreadwing


Powdered Dancer


Teneral dancer


No, Powdered Dancer


Dancer female


Male Powdered Dancer


Careful!


Damselfly


Interesting, even some of Gif's


Actually we would say


Powdered Dancer


Bell County...


what about Argia moesta


Probably a normal adult Damselfly