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White-Faced Meadowhawk - Sympetrum obtrusum

White-Faced Meadowhawk - Sympetrum obtrusum
Lake County, Illinois, USA
July 1, 2007
Size: Regular
Slightly closer-up view of same dragonfly. Can you help ID?

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Red Dragonfly - Sympetrum obtrusum White-Faced Meadowhawk - Sympetrum obtrusum

Correction
Sorry for the first post this is the White-Faced Meadowhawk (Sympetrum obtrusum)

 
Re: Robert Cox comment
A white-faced Meadowhawk it is, then! Thanx so much!

 
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Sympetrum
Hello, great photo. This species is (Sympetrum semicinctum)Band-Winged Meadowhawk, and your photo is probably a male.

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