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Ozark or Pronghorn Clubtail? - Phanogomphus graslinellus - male

Ozark or Pronghorn Clubtail? - Phanogomphus graslinellus - Male
Barling/Ft. Chaffee, Sebastian County, Arkansas, USA
June 9, 2013
Size: 1.5"
Is this Gomphus ozarkensis or Gomphus graslinellus?

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Pronghorn Clubtail (Gomphus graslinellus)
male Pronghorn Clubtail (Gomphus graslinellus). ozarkensis has a thicker patch of black on S8-9 dividing the yellow areas on the lower edge and that species typically does not have that much yellow on the dorsal side of S9.

 
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