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Argia translata?  - Argia translata - male

Argia translata? - Argia translata - Male
Cedar Lake, rural Carbondale, Jackson County, Illinois, USA
August 29, 2017
Size: approx. 1¼"
GPS location: 37°39'18.21"N 89°16'59.47"W
Sorry I don't have better images; I'm sitting in a rowing shell.

None of the five links for "Internet References" on the A. translata page is still valid.

Moved from ID Request.

Try this one here.

Abbott's Odonata Central looks like a gold mine; thank you!

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