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Spiny Baskettail 1 - Epitheca spinigera

Spiny Baskettail 1 - Epitheca spinigera
Webster, New Hampshire, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA
June 1, 2008
Jason Forbes, here's one of the images. Hope you can ID this. How do you tell if it is a male or female?

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Baskettail Dragonfly - Epitheca spinigera Baskettail (Epitheca)  - Epitheca spinigera Spiny Baskettail 1 - Epitheca spinigera Spiny Baskettail 2 - Epitheca spinigera

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Moved from Baskettails.

That works!
It looks like a male Spiny alright. That small protrusion inside on the left is pretty clear. Check this link Cynthia ...

http://bugguide.net/node/view/56242

Nice work. Persistence pays off!

Michelle

 
Persistence pays off!
Thanks Michelle. Sometimes life just bugs you until you figure it out!

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