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Damselflies and Dragonflies

(Many of these are best guesses--comments and corrections are welcome!

   

Consensus on this little guy (or gal) is a female Blue-tipped Dancer, although I have one vote for Dusky Dancer as well (more votes incoming, I think...)!

   

Fragile Forktail, Martin Dies SP (The size of my thumb gives you an idea of how tiny this thing is!)

Female Blue-ringed Dancer, Berry Farm Park

Blue-fronted Dancer (young male?), Berry Farm Park

Another Blue-fronted Dancer (male), Lake Wright Patman

       

Rear view of an in-flight Common Green Darner, Martin Dies SP

Slaty Skimmer with stowaway, Caddo Lake SP

       

Great Blue Skimmer (immature?) from different angles; Martin Dies SP

   

Great Blue Skimmer (female), Martin Dies SP

Another female Great Blue Skimmer, Caddo NWR

   

Wandering Glider, Martin Creek Lake SP

   

Usual view...

Another Wandering Glider at Atlanta SP

   

Male Four-spotted Pennant, Lake Wright Patman

   

Female, same location

   

Eastern Pondhawk (female), Martin Dies SP

   

Eastern Pondhawk (male), Martin Dies SP

   

Another Eastern Pondhawk, Lake Wright Patman

Blue Dasher, Caddo Lake SP

   

Another Blue Dasher, Lake Wright Patman

   

Female Common Whitetail, fooling me into thinking it was a Banded Pennant at first!  (Lake Wright Patman)

Head-on view...

   

Eastern Amberwing, Caddo NWR

Mystery Ode that turned out to be a Spot-winged Glider by expert consensus!  Martin Creek Lake SP

   

In-flight Black Saddlebags (female left, male? right), Martin Creek Lake SP

   

Another Black Saddlebags, Lake Wright Patman

   

Female Red Saddlebags, Lake Wright Patman

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