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Spreadwing - Lestes eurinus

Spreadwing - Lestes eurinus
Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
June 12, 2005
Spreadwing damselfly next to small pond. I would guess this is a female and maybe freshly emerged, since the colors are so pale. Closest image I could find is this Lestes vidua:

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Spreadwing - Lestes eurinus Spreadwing - Lestes eurinus

Need a good view of the tail
Need a good view of the tail apendages to tell for sure. Both dorsaly and from the side would be good.

 
Thanks
Thanks for the advice, Kaylee. Unfortunately, none of my pictures of this specimen show the tail clearly.

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