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Damselfly at the arboretum

Damselfly at the arboretum
Houston, Texas, Harris County, Texas, USA
April 19, 2019
I found a damselfly in the arboretum, the damselfly is blue and I found it in Houston, Texas. If anyone can identify this damselfly as soon as possible that would be great.

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Female Argia sp.
Either a female A. moesta or A. apicalis (Powdered or Blue-fronted). Need a better look at the tip of the abdomen or the tip of the wing to determine which it is.

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