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dragonfly/damselfly - Phanogomphus militaris

dragonfly/damselfly - Phanogomphus militaris
Uvalde County, Texas, USA
June 19, 2009

Moved
Moved from Clubtails.

Looks like Sulphur-tipped
Gomphus militaris. One of the more distinctive Gomphus.

Moved
Moved from Dragonflies.

Clubtail.
Clubtail dragonfly, family Gomphidae (note expanded "tail" and, more importantly, widely-spaced eyes). Good luck getting beyond family or genus, it's a tough group.

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