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Photo#174863
Springtime Darner - Basiaeschna janata

Springtime Darner - Basiaeschna janata
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
March 30, 2008
Size: 28mm
Caught in a minnow trap in the wetland behind my house.

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Springtime darner is a very good possibility, since they start emerging the beginning of May, and this looks like a last instar larva.

Aeshnidae: Basiaeschna janata
Probably - couldn't really be sure without checking the labium.

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