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Dragonfly, but which one? - Neurocordulia molesta

Dragonfly, but which one? - Neurocordulia molesta
Boone County, Missouri, USA
June 8, 2014
Size: About 5" long
Possibly just molted? Was hiding in my clematis and vibrating its wings, mid-afternoon. Notice the distinct markings in the wing and bright yellow bands around the body.

Moved
Moved from Dragonflies.

With the overall coloration,
With the overall coloration, the wing markings, and the yellow thorax markings I have to agree with DominaHorti with Neurocordulia molesta

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Moved from ID Request.

Neurocordulia molesta?
Neurocordulia molesta?

one of the
Neurocordulia

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