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tricky Gomphus - Phanogomphus lividus - male

tricky Gomphus - Phanogomphus lividus - Male
Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio, USA
June 1, 2007
Size: approx 1.8"
I have argued as to which species I think this is. Your thoughts? I'll weigh in afterwards so as to not cause any bias

I am now fairly confident that this is Gomphus lividus after blowing up the terminal appendages. Any concensus?

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seems like it
Wish the top down shot of the appendages was angled a bit better but the side shot looks dead on. Suppose I should check some of the ones that don't reach New England before I agree 100% but I don't remember any being similar.

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