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Posts Tagged: Tramea lacerata
So there she was, flattened out on the patio on Mother's Day, and barely moving. Vito, our curious canine, paused, sniffed, and then walked away. He was not at all interested. But I was. This was a first--the first time I've seen a black saddlebags...
Dorsal view of a black saddlebags (Tramea lacerata) dragonfly warming her flight muscles. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)