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Female Band-winged Meadowhawk? Sympetrum semicinctum? - Sympetrum semicinctum - female

Female Band-winged Meadowhawk? Sympetrum semicinctum? - Sympetrum semicinctum - Female
Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado, USA
September 3, 2007

Moved
Moved from Western Meadowhawk.

The guide currently has
semicinctum and occidentale separate. We thought it best to keep the western images together until an Odonata expert decides how best to handle the splitting or lumping.

 
Thanks . . .
Thanks very much for your ID help! Best wishes, Scott

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