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Carolina Spreadwing? - Archilestes grandis

Carolina Spreadwing? - Archilestes grandis
Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA
June 29, 2008
Size: ~ 2 to 3 inches
I only managed this one shot, as it flew away as I moved for a better shot. This was the largest damselfly, by far!, that I had ever seen.

Moved
Moved from Damselflies.

I'm no expert...
But could it be Great Spreadwing?

 
Yep
Great Spreadwing it is.

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