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CalOdes: California Odonata Discussion Group


Digital Dragonflies


The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina


Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Georgia


Dragonflies, Butterflies, And Moths (Odolep.com)


se-odonata ยท Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Southeastern US


Green Nature - Insects


Dragonflies (Anisoptera) of the Southwest, by K. Biggs


Common Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Chicago Region


Dragonflies and Damselflies of Arizona


Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Northwest and Beyond


Field Key To Adult California Dragonflies (Odonata)


OdonataCentral


Dragonflies and Damselflies of West Virginia


www.IowaPix.com - Digital Photography by Keith Turrill - Insect Gallery


The Blue Darners: dragonflies of the genus Aeshna in British Columbia-


VA-MD-DE-Bugs


Josh Rose--Odonatologist


Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies


DRAGONFLIES OF NORTH CAROLINA


Giff Beaton's Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Georgia


Ode News


Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of the United States


Common Names of Insects & Related Organisms


Matching guides:

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Dragonflies of Texas A Field Guide.


Dragonflies and Damselfies of Louisiana


Dragonflies of North America, revised edition


Color Guide to Common Dragonflies of Wisconsin


Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West


Field Guide to The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Algonquin Provincial Park and the Surrounding Area


Dragonflies (Wild Guide)


Introducing the Dragonflies of British Columbia and the Yukon


Common Dragonflies of the Southwest


Dragonflies of Indiana


Dragonflies of the Florida Peninsula, Bermuda, and the Bahamas


Common Dragonflies and Damselflies of Eastern North America


Dragonflies Through Binoculars: A Field Guide to Dragonflies of North America


Insects of Western North America: Survey of Selected Arthropod Taxa of Fort Sill, Comanche County, Oklahoma.


A Field Guide to the Damselflies & Dragonflies of Arizona and Sonora


National review of state wildlife action plans for Odonata species of greatest conservation need.


Somatochlora of Southern Ontario


The classification and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). In: Zhang Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity:...


Dragonflies and damselflies of the East


Dragonflies and Damselflies of Oregon - A Field Guide


Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest


A dazzle of dragonflies


The Blue Darners: dragonflies of the genus Aeshna in British Columbia


INSECTS OF THE SOUTHWEST: Arizona, New Mexico, So. California


Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 3


Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 2


Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Texas, Volume 1


Dragonflies of North America: A Color and Learn Book


Dragonflies and Damselflies of Georgia and the Southeast


Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central United States


Dragonflies of the North Woods


Dragonflies and Damselflies of California


Field Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Massachusetts


Dragonflies of Washington


Dragonflies (Natural World Series)


Dragonflies: Behavior and Ecology of Odonata


Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies


Dragonflies of the World


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Sexing dragonflies


Sympetrum vicinum


About equally old


Resources for dragonflies


yes, dragonflies


Odonate texts


American rubyspot


Books on TX Dragonflies


Field Guide Recommendation?


Field Guide Recommendation?


Digital Dragonflies


Help for photographic guide of European dragonflies exuviae


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Actually, it's Dennis Paulson


For Odonata


Not an expert...


Wow! I just checked Amazon -


Aeshnidae


I'm just starting to learn about


John Abbot - Dragonflies and


Dragonflies of the Pine Barrens


Dragonflies


I figured


Ah - I've seen dragonflies em


Dragonflies too


Ranges


Thanks! (And Another Question)


In An Evolutionary Sense...


Midland Clubtail


Apparently, there are dramatic regional differences.


Thanks again Cliff


Winter would be fine


Dragonfly wings


Common Whitetail


Damselfly


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Dragonflies of the North Woods


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Narrow-striped Forceptail


Dragonfly ID


We watched this happen in our side yard one year.


One day we watched a flock of dragonflies


Using Dragonflies and Damself


:) I've ordered a dragonflies


Baskettail


to id dragonflies it helps to


Damselflies Vs Dragonflies


Yes, Autumn


Mating Dragonflies


looks like Shadow darner


dragonfly trick


insects


Odonate Guides


Dragonflies


Whiteface dragonflies


Interesting!


Really?


Slaty Skimmer


Sympetrum


Common Whitetail


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identifying odes


Damselfly Anatomy


dragonflies


I'm certainly not an expert on these types of topics,


Thanks!


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Field guides


Damselfly


Meadowhawk


Paddle-tailed Darner (Aeshna palmata)


they are dragonflies


Skimmer


Damselflies & dragonflies


More about the species record in Georgia


Sure! "Dragonflies of the North Woods"


Re-Thinking


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In my opinion - Libellula croceipennis (female)


book used


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Hooray! I'm not alone!


Sounds like you might be ready


Dragonflies are doing well this summer


I believe...


Dragonflies of Indiana by Curry is a great book


Prince Baskettail


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Blue-faced Ringtail


Dragonfly


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Damselflies.


A Damselfly


When I've seen Dragonflies ho


380 million years


It stands to reason


I second that


Tail up to cool off!


Good call


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They like lights


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Another non-expert agrees.


Red Dragonfly


Anax junius. Common Green Darner, female.


Agreed: California Spreadwing Damselfly


Catfish, Dragonflies and d


original thought


Dragonflies and flies


Not stupid at all


visual differences between Dragonflies and Damselflies


Damsel vs. Dragon


Books


I agree with Jason on this, a Libellula but


E. carunculatum seems right.


Tough!


Different angles for dragonflies


Added? Uh, maybe not.


Are dragon-flies predatory? i


Halloween Pennant


amberwing


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From Kathy Biggs


From Kathy Biggs


From Kathy Biggs


boyce thompson arboretum dragonflies


Bluet


Long Ago...


It was a long time ago


It's an Eastern Amberwing, Florida style


This is a good motion shot, I'd say


Lots of shots will make lots of difference...


Additional thoughts


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Meadowhawk male


Pennant


"Dragonflies On The Wing"


Great Spreadwing


ID resource for Texas dragonflies...


Oh yeah,


Cool weather shooting


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Eye color in dragonflies...


Dragonflies & Moths


Dragonhunter


Triangles are a group of cells


Kathy Biggs


Male and Female


You called?!


Thank you


California dragonflies


Uniqueness


Temperature Regulation


Add nodes?


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Stokes Beginner's Guide to Dragonflies


~100mm probably your best bet


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Swamp Spreadwing?


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Moved to Gomphaeschna for expert identification.


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Meadowhawk?


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Orthemis ferruginea (female)


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Libellula incesta (male)


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Micrathyria hagenii (female)


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Ischnura hastata


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Mating Dragonflies


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Erythemis plebeja (male)


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Dythemis velox (female)


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Male spreadwings...


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Needham's Skimmer?


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take the time


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whiteface dragonfly


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I find butterflies easy, except for blues and some sulphurs


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Thanks, Abigail. I'd hoped for your comment.


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South-Central US Field Guide


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Male Variegated Meadowhawk


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Whatever you didn't photograph ...


I'll go with Pin-tailed Pondhawk based on your guess!


tan damselfly


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possible common baskettail


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They do close too early.


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This is a Male Spangled Skimm


Very interesting!


Expert Confirmation - Ischnura demorsa (andromorph female)


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Predator


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Antillean Skimmer ID


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Striped Meadowhawk pairs...


Striped Meadowhawk pairs...


I've been dragonflying since


Yes, Variegated Meadowhawk


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Band-winged Dragonlet


pair of Meadowhawks


Photographing Dragonflies


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Tony also had a beautiful key in dragonflies


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looks like you've got yourself a...


Close


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Bigger than...


Large Family


Positioning bugs


Thank you very much!


Female spangled skimmer


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Eastern Forktail


sighting in central jersey june 2012


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Could the "needle-like beak"


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Pyrrhosoma nymphula?


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THanks so much Larry . .


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from a birding perspective


We don't think there is an "order" to species.


Mating dragonflies


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Clubtail


Thank you!


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size


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Various large insects


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Cerambycidae of Florida


Be careful for what you ask for.. :)


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Exuvcia (shed exoskeletin)


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Probably S. vicinum


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Odonata Central


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dragonfly migration


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New book on Oregon Odonata


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Gomphus westfalli identification


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My condolences!


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Blue Darner latin name?


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Complicated reproduction in the Odonates


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Both!


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Carboniferous


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That certainly could be it


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Posting either to order or to ID Request is fine


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Hackberry Emperor


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Are they the same.


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American historical entomology literature usually metric


to me looks like a Meadowhawk


I have it and it is even more complete...BUT


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Possibly Cypress Clubtail female...


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Erythemis simplicicollis?


is this section looked at?


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What Make Tortricids Hard to Identify?


Immature = larva = naiad


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Very Subjective


Well, I decided to start simple...


I felt a bit sad and left out...


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We almost always use the scientific name


My pleasure, James.


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They all need water


That rocks!


Clubtail


hear hear - clickable guide convenience


Clickable guide


Cool!


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Ommatius


My Tatoo


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Hey Rob:


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Dragonflies can be very tough to ID.


Out of Print


Thanks


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known names are listed


love is in the air


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Handheld here too! And flash


Good ID.


Young male chalk-fronted corporal


Aeshna umbrosa


Reference


Female Common Whitetail


Date?


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Posting instructions


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Most helpful summary -- thanks!


Band Winged Meadowhawk I think


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Meadowhawk.


Our process for what it's worth


I did it!


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I think the plant is a mangrove


Cardinal Meadowhawk


Dunkle's book says...


Yes. I use a 180mm Sigma macro with 1.4X teleconverter


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I found a clubtail in Stokes


Gomphid.


I Knew That :)


I'm surprised that they are a problem.


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Other sites


I think


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Looks like a Blue Dasher, Pac


There is a related problem of space vs. no space


100% For (With Reservations)


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I have no preference either


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revisit i.d.?


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Looks like Red-tailed Pennant


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Another inquiry, Richard . . .


The Legler's, in their Dragonflies


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I don't think there's


Aquatic insect orders like dr


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Pondhawk


Meadowhawk


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Common names list


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I'm convinced it is a Common Baskettail,


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I believe this is a female Roseate Skimmer,


common green darner


Yes, common green darner


Differential?


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What's the latest on this?


Female pine spur-throated Grasshopper


On dragonfly differences in general...


Hard to say


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This page already exist...


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sex and age


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Time to frass?


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PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS...


high res images added


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ID


My Stokes "Beginner's Guide t


Literary License


looks more like an Enallagma


Alameda creek


Variable/Violet Dancer?


Variegated meadowhawk


How I got the shot...


thanks :)


Dot-tailed Whiteface (Leucorrhinia intacta)


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Neon Skimmer male


But each of the categories in the guide


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Checked the book Dragonflies through Binoculars


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Robber Fly


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Alll dragonflies are beautiful


Frassed


Frassed


Golden-winged Skimmer male - Confirmed


Hi, Joe, My interest is i


One possibility


Hi Joe, I'm interested in


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Digital SLR


We use Eric's Kaufman Guide


In summer


Male Blue Dasher


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found a drawing


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I remember this one was very


Meadowhawk


Saffron winged has a plain thorax.


pattern of orange-tinted areas on wings


colors do not look right for red-veined meadowhawk


Posture is called obelisking.


I think you're right...


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Dragonfly larva probably...


Female


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Coevoution


I thought the same thing!


I thought damselflies were fe


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Confirmed - Juvenile Male Desert Whitetail


My take is male Desert Whitet


Yes that is what I meant (Sha


Speaking of stupid. I am new


Wow, what a conglomeration!


The dragonfly is a female


Thanks!


Jim: Photo use request


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This is the mate to your other post


How about Sulphur-tipped Clubtail?


Sulphur-tipped ringtail?


Nope.


How many?


June, this image is actually posted at


thanks


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Yes, Female Skimmer in the genus Libellula


Looks like a female Blue Dasher


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Welcome to Bug Guide, Sherrie


Thanks, J&J and Minray!


Thanks !


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Cliff, you the Man....


Anything that interests you is fine!


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Female confirmed


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Damselflies and dragonflies...


How about California Darner?


Thanks. That is what I tho


Beauty!


Frass


Furtive Forktail?


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More Examples


Not sure about those


Blue Corporal


It's right


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Nice photo!


Mites...


I would be more inclined...


Because this is a user generated site


I find them where there are l


Trial--no taxon nodes to show groups


Re-ordered again


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Oh, to have mastered the BBS techniques


Yes


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dragonflies id


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teleconverters for macro--usually not IMHO


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You Got 'Em


Image names and numbers


I seem


Getting close


I'll take a shot......


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teleconverters & different sized macros


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Not an ID


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Wandering Glider


Definitely Anax junius


Color-change reference -


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Similar, but not the same.


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The official scientific name


In flight shots: stay with it.


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Adult dragonflies most assuredly have


Bite


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We must keep them from cross-breeding...


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Nests...


Variegated Meadowhawk


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Give it time


The unusual pattern of blue


Ashy/Dusky


Two adds to Jay's commentary


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Search


Mites


I found a similar image in th


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More Likely Male Eastern Pondhawk


Thanks to all


Broad-striped Forceptail Aphylla angustifolia female


Hi Sarah,


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No mistake on


Excellent documentation


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Pretty good, Bill.


The background's not horrid!


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Get at least 2 books


Couple of book suggestions


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