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Dorocordulia libera - male

Dorocordulia libera - Male
Almonte, Lanark, Ontario, Canada
June 14, 2017
The Racket-tailed Emerald (Dorocordulia libera), identified by a Bug Guide expert. The eyes are blue, and not bright green as in some guides (this is not a light artifact as a another species with bright green eyes was also present; see later postings). Alongside a swamp.

Moved from ID Request.

D. libera

Thanks Larry! And the brown-e
Thanks Larry! And the brown-eyed individuals from the same submission ... are they Dorocordulia libera females, or younger individuals?

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