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Photo#791681
Dragonfly ID needed - Phanogomphus borealis

Dragonfly ID needed - Phanogomphus borealis
Campton, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA
June 23, 2013
Size: Approximately 2"
Perched horizontally on a peach tree leaf, then flew to hosta; 1:00 p.m.

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Dragonfly ID needed - Phanogomphus borealis Dragonfly ID needed - Phanogomphus borealis Dragonfly ID needed - Phanogomphus borealis

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Clubtail (Beaverpond)
This is for sure a female clubtail. It looks a lot like the Beaverpond Clubtail (Gomphus borealis). Any pictures of the side profile of the abdomen or a shot of the subgenital plate would give you a more solid ID but the markings look like this...
http://bugguide.net/node/view/443166/bgimage

 
Clubtail
Thanks Tony ... unfortunately I didn't get a side profile of the abdomen, but you confirmed my tentative ID. Thanks for your help.

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