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Damselfly - Argia lacrimans - female

Damselfly - Argia lacrimans - Female
Madera Canyon - Coronado NF, Pima County, Arizona, USA
October 12, 2008

Moved
Moved from Dancers.

What do you think of the lacrimans females
pictured here and here? Everything about them looks good to us, especially that unusual blue on the tip of the abdomen. Once again, this would be good to post to Odonata Central. You could confirm the ID, and they have no female images.

 
It makes sense since the male
It makes sense since the males were the ones already identified. I will try and post too..

on another note, hope winter has been good to you. I am all married now and look forward to some more time in the field in 2010 now that all that planning is all done!

Moved
Moved from Damselflies.

Certainly an Argia
but we don't know our southwestern Argia, sorry.

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