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Is this Carolina Saddlebags? - Tramea carolina

Is this Carolina Saddlebags? - Tramea carolina
Lake Apopka Restoration Area, Lake County, Florida, USA
August 8, 2014
Size: 3" approx

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That's very helpful.

Tramea carolina
I would say that it is Carolina and not Red. The hindwing saddle appears to include the entire anal loop, the black on segments 8 and 9 is more extensive and the face is darker than that of T. onusta (Red Saddlebags).

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