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Another common marsh dragonfly. - Brachymesia gravida

Another common marsh dragonfly. - Brachymesia gravida
Brazelier Island, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA
August 26, 2008
This dragonfly was perched on tall reeds by the roadside.

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What do you think of
Brachymesia gravida - Four-spotted Pennant, in the guide here

 
Seems plausible.
It certainly has four spots, along with the white stigmal spot on the forewings. The photo is a bit dark, but I can say for sure that the body was a slate-blue color.

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