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Zoniagrion exclamationis - female

Zoniagrion exclamationis - Female
San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, USA
April 17, 2010
Size: ~ 3 - 4 cm
I'm sure this is Zoniagrion exclamationis, but please help to identify sex of insect.

Moved from ID Request.

This individual is a female. You can see the large ovipositor at the tip of the abdomen. Male damsels typically have a more slender, gracile abdomen than females of the same species.

Thank you for help!
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