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Arizona Snaketail - Ophiogomphus arizonicus - female

Arizona Snaketail - Ophiogomphus arizonicus - Female
West Fork Black River, Apache County, Arizona, USA
July 30, 2005
Ophiogomphus arizonicus.

Very nice addition
A group that interests me; and finally a small consolation for living in the NE - we have more Snaketails than AZ's one.
Moved to new sp. page; looks like a female.

Glad You Appreciate
We're generally lacking water here but the habitat diversity and quality is interesting, enjoyable and inspiring. What water we do have seems to concentrate the critters.

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