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Four-spotted Skimmer (Unknown Odonata) - Libellula quadrimaculata

Four-spotted Skimmer (Unknown Odonata) - Libellula quadrimaculata
5 miles south of Cheney at the Turnbull Natural Wildlife Refuge, Spokane County, Washington, USA
May 15, 2010
Size: 40-60mm
Mostly green eye with reddish tint on the top, white face, yellow stripe on side of abdomen. My sister's comment was, 'Who knew a bug could be so beautiful!' het

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Four-spotted Skimmer (Unknown Odonata) - Libellula quadrimaculata Four-spotted skimmer 2 (Unknown Odanata 2) - Libellula quadrimaculata

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Four-spotted Skimmer - Libellula quadrimaculata

 
thanks
Thanks for the quick ID. This is the best site for bug ID. Harry

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