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Damselfly - Argia extranea

Damselfly - Argia extranea
Tucson, Arizona, Sabino Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
May 1, 2009
Size: ~ 2 inches

Dancer - Argia
possibly Spine-tipped dancer (Argia extranea)

 
Yep!
Definitely a nice male Spine-tipped Dancer. You can even see the "spine tip" of the paraprocts in this shot...very nice!

This is a Narrow Winged Damse
This is a Narrow Winged Damselfy of the family Coenagrionidae. It could be a male Civil Bluet.

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