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Photo#986974
Fawn Darner  - Boyeria vinosa

Fawn Darner - Boyeria vinosa
Kocher Park, Fishing Creek, Columbia County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 28, 2014
Size: ~70mm
I need a confirmation on this please. Thanks!

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Fawn Darner  - Boyeria vinosa Fawn Darner (_B. vinosa_)? - Boyeria vinosa

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Moved from Dragonflies.

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Moved from Dragonflies.

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Moved from Emeralds.

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It looks like one to me, but I'm not an expert. Just wanted to point out that you've placed these images in Corduliidae, which I assume was by mistake.

 
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Yep have no idea how that happened. How do I move it?

 
Steps
1 - Click "tag all,"

2 - click on the dragonfly on the left side of the page in the "clickable guide,"

3 - click on the "images" tab,

4 - click on "move tagged images."

That should do it.

 
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Awesome! Thanks!

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