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Genus Aphylla - Forceptails


Broad-striped Forcepstail - Aphylla angustifolia - male Broad-striped Forceptail - Aphylla angustifolia - male Possible Sulphur-tipped Clubtail - Gomphus militaris - Aphylla angustifolia Broad-striped Forceptail Male - Obelisking Pose - Aphylla angustifolia - male Stylurus plagiatus ? - Aphylla angustifolia Stylurus plagiatus ? - Aphylla angustifolia dragonfly/damsel - Aphylla angustifolia - female TX Dragonfly species? - Aphylla angustifolia - female

Narrow-striped Forcepttail - Aphylla protracta - male Aphylla protracta - Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta Aphylla protracta - Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta - male Narrow-striped Forceptail - Aphylla protracta

Two-striped Forceptail - Aphylla williamsoni - male Mystery Water Shooting Bug - Aphylla williamsoni Aphylla williamsoni Two-striped Forceptail - Aphylla williamsoni Two-striped forceptail - Aphylla williamsoni - male Mississippi Gomphid - Aphylla williamsoni - male ? - Aphylla williamsoni - male Two-striped Forceptail? - Aphylla williamsoni - male