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Species Ophiogomphus howei - Pygmy Snaketail


Teneral female - Ophiogomphus howei - female Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei - male Pygmy Snaketail exuvia, lateral - Ophiogomphus howei Ophiogomphus howei (Pygmy Snaketail) female - Ophiogomphus howei - female male with indistinct wing markings, unposed - Ophiogomphus howei - male Pygmy Snaketail - Ophiogomphus howei - male Exuvium, closeup of antennae - Ophiogomphus howei Ophiogomphus howei (Pygmy Snaketail) female - Ophiogomphus howei - female Exuviae male with indistinct wing markings, unposed - Ophiogomphus howei - male Exuvium - Ophiogomphus howei Pygmy Snaketail emerging - Ophiogomphus howei - male Pygmy Snaketail male - Ophiogomphus howei - male Pygmy Snaketail, six days old - Ophiogomphus howei - male