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Eastern Band-winged Meadowhawk? - Sympetrum semicinctum

Eastern Band-winged Meadowhawk? - Sympetrum semicinctum
Windsor Junction, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada
October 5, 2015
Size: about 6cm long
I think its Sympetrum semicinctum semicinctum? The large dark spots differentiate it from autumn meadowhawk?

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Band-winged Meadowhawk
You got it. A male.

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