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Eastern Pondhawk
Lens: Tamron 90mm macro Camera: K-01 Photo Location: South Georgia 
Posted By: Nightwatch, 09-18-2018, 12:45 AM

Some shots of the Eastern Pondhawk, Erythemis simplicicollis, female.






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Brilliant work! Well done!
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Nothing not to like in this series.
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Wow! Great shots. Is this one a pet?

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Great images! How can you ID female or male in Dragonflies? Any easy method?
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Very, very nice work, thanks for showing us
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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
Wow! Great shots. Is this one a pet?
Sadly no not a pet, Dragonflies are seldom visitors to my porch light, and this one stayed just long enough for the photo-shoot. It probably got run off by the lizards that guard that area


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Great images! How can you ID female or male in Dragonflies? Any easy method?
There are usually significant size and color differences between male and female dragonflies which makes figuring which sex you have a little easier.

I highly recommend http://bugguide.net which is a very handy site for identifying all manner of insects and arthropods for most of North America. You can post a photo to bug guide and the community will help identify it.
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Great series.

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Excellent work!

Thanks for sharing with us
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