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I'm not positive on the ID. I think it is a male.
Thank you, Geodialist. I didn't know about the color change.
Correct ID, "texanne!" This individual is a young male turning blue, as indicated by its blue and green coloration and the terminal appendages at the end of its abdomen. Blue pruinescence will cover the dragonfly’s body completely when it is mature. The color change usually takes two- to three weeks.
Spotted on Sep 5, 2013 Submitted on Sep 5, 2013