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species name please

Phillip

Arachnoprince
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hmmm ???

Dragonflyus grenius lol I have no clue but it's a cool looking one.

Phil
 

Wade

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In the Audubon Guide to Insects and Spiders, the Green Clearwing, Erythemis simplicoiollis, is the closest thing, but it's not a very good field guide, so I wouldn't put much money on it.

There is a book called "Dragonflies Through Binoculars" that is really good for identifying these guys, unfortunately I don't have a copy. Dragonfly-watching is rapidly becoming a very popular side hobby among birders, so there are a number of regional guides availble.

Wade
 
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