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Female darner - Aeshna constricta - female

Female darner - Aeshna constricta - Female
near Sandpiper Prairie SNA, Norman County, Minnesota, USA
September 9, 2020
Possible blue-eyed or black-tipped?

A pretty classic yellow-form female Lance-tipped. That form often doesn't have spots on segment 10 of the abdomen. The spots on segment 9 are large and square. They often show that amber tint to the wings as well.

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