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Erythemis vesiculosa - male

Erythemis vesiculosa - Male
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
July 23, 2008

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Erythemis vesiculosa - male Erythemis vesiculosa - male

Moved
Moved from Eastern Pondhawk.

Female Eastern Pondhawk - Erythemis simplicicollis
One of the more common dragonflies here. Neat sexual dichotomy - the females are bright grren like this, and the males are solid blue ! The immature males start out as green, and as 'teenagers' are about 1/2 and 1/2 !!

 
Pat- Thanks for your very pro
Pat- Thanks for your very prompt ID. Where is here! Where you are, in the US, or in Texas.

 
Actually, we think you have something even nicer here!
We would suggest that this is Erythemis vesiculosa - Great Pondhawk! Check the guide and see what you think.

 
John and Jane- Is this intend
John and Jane- Is this intended for me or for Pat?

 
Hadn't thought about it
but we guess both of you should check the guide and see.

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