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Photo#834189
Non-dragonfly - Glenurus gratus

Non-dragonfly - Glenurus gratus
Athens, Jackson County, Georgia, USA
July 20, 2013
Size: Wingspan: 9cm
Here's a close-up of the head and antennae, in case that helps. Note the segmented antennae, and the eyes that look like a damselfly's.

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Thanks!
I appreciate the quick response. I didn't collect it, a butterfly-collecting friend of mine did. I never saw the live specimen, so I didn't realize he had spread the wings as if it were a dragonfly.

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