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Thanks for the info; I think you've identified it.
A little more: http://www.cirrusimage.com/dragonfly_com...
This link, no ellipsis: http://www.stephencresswell.com/d/pulche...
(I actually think the wikipedia link has a picture of a twelve-spotted skimmer instead of a whitetail for the female. It could be wrong but this link explains the difference: http://www.stephencresswell.com/d/pulche... )
Cool shot! Let me know what you think of the ID...
We have a similar species in Northern Ontario. A bit more red. I will post pictures so you can compare the two.
No, not common here. Have only seen them a few times.
Wow, great shot! I saw a similar one on this coast about 10 years ago (first time I'd seen it around here), but it was more black than brown. Is this type common where you are?
Lat: 40.21, Long: -74.06
Spotted on Aug 3, 2010 Submitted on Mar 21, 2011