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Photo#715533
C. discolor? - Orthemis discolor - male

C. discolor? - Orthemis discolor - Male
Santa Gertrudis division of King Ranch, Kleberg County, Texas, USA
August 13, 2004
I presume that this is truly a C. discolor

Moved
Moved from Roseate Skimmer. Several of us have talked and have concluded that this is indeed a Carmine, so we will move it there. Happy to move it back if there is a convincing argument to do so.

 
Thanks for the update and con
Thanks for the update and confirmation.

Roseate Skimmer
Moved from ID Request.

How about a Roseatte Skimmer
How about a Roseatte Skimmer !?

 
Isn't the face too red to be
Isn't the face too red to be Roseatte?

 
Roseatte face
According To Giff Beaton's book, the face & thorax can be pink just like the abdomen.

 
Thanks.
Thanks.

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