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Very lovely spotting. But I think this is Neurothemis fluctuans, not N. terminata. In N. fluctuans, the pigmented area of the hindwing curves back to meet the hind margin well before the level of the pterostigma. http://defworld.freeoda.com/Species%20De....In N. terminata, the pigmented area of the wings are well into the level of the pterostigma or even beyond it. http://www.asia-dragonfly.net/globalResu.... Regards.
Thanks for the compliments guys, appreciate it!
Wow... striking spotting.. love it !
WOW, this is a beauty!!
Incredible - it doesn't look real. Great shot.
Thanks Mayraspringmann. Mariaclara, Ryan21,IsabellaFiers, Noel Buensuceso and alicelongmartin.
Wow, wonderful !!!
great shot, so much detail!!
Incredible! Nice color!
Thanks for the reminder KarenL.
Hi Shauming! Now that Peter has identified this for you please can you add the scientific name in edit so this can come off of the unidentified list. Thanks!
look at its wings, are awesome
it must be a plastic one
Wow! Amazing dragonfly!
Lat: 7.25, Long: 125.42
Spotted on Dec 5, 2010 Submitted on Dec 5, 2011
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