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Unknown Dragonfly - Erythrodiplax umbrata - female

Unknown Dragonfly - Erythrodiplax umbrata - Female
Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas, USA
July 26, 2007
I am having difficulty with the ID of this dragonfly. I thought it was Golden-winged Skimmer, but there is not much tint in wings. Could be Needham's or Yellow-sided Skimmer? Any help with ID appreciated. Thanks,Ken

What do you think of
something like

 
Thanks!
Thank you J & J. That's it. Either a female or young male Band-winged Dragonlet (Erythrodiplax umbrata). I would never have found it. The male is really different than female in this species. ...Ken

 
Female
Looks like a female, based on the terminal appendages.

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