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Twin-spotted Spiketail - Cordulegaster maculata

Twin-spotted Spiketail - Cordulegaster maculata
Preservation Park, Guelph (N43º30'18"W080º13'25"), Wellington, Ontario, Canada
September 10, 2009
Size: 24 mm

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What a brilliant photo - do y
What a brilliant photo - do you mind sharing your setup?

 
Thanks for the comment.
The setup was nothing fancy at all. It was merely photographed through a small plastic tub - one of those containers used by pet stores for holding beta fish.

Nice!
Love the mandibles.

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