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Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of the United States

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Libellulidae: (Page 2)

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Needham's Skimmer

Libellula needhami

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Twelve-spotted Skimmer

Libellula pulchella

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Four-spotted Skimmer

Libellula quadrimaculata

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Flame Skimmer

Libellula saturata

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Great Blue Skimmer

Libellula vibrans

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Roseate Skimmer

Orthemis ferruginea

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Blue Dasher

Pachydiplax longipennis

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Wandering Glider

Pantala flavescens

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Eastern Amberwing

Perithemis tenera

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Filigree Skimmer

Pseudoleon superbus

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Blue-faced Meadowhawk

Sympetrum ambiguum

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Variegated Meadowhawk

Sympetrum corruptum

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Saffron-winged Meadowhawk

Sympetrum costiferum

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Cherry-faced Meadowhawk

Sympetrum internum

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White-faced Meadowhawk

Sympetrum obtrusum

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Western Meadowhawk

Sympetrum occidentale

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Band-winged Meadowhawk

Sympetrum semicinctum

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Yellow-legged Meadowhawk

Sympetrum vicinum

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Black Saddlebags

Tramea lacerata

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