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Old Oct 13, 2008, 7:27 PM   #1
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Old Oct 25, 2008, 10:02 PM   #2
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yup, its a red one all right !:G
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I always go for the "obvious" when I don't know the "exact answer". Either way, I thought it was interesting. I've never seen one before. This was taken at Corkscrew Swamp, near Naples, FL.
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Cool! I really like the color contrast.

It looks like a Dragonfly, but I've never seen a red one.
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Definitely a dragonfly. We have them around here, too.
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bpearcy10 wrote:
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I always go for the "obvious" when I don't know the "exact answer". Either way, I thought it was interesting. I've never seen one before. This was taken at Corkscrew Swamp, near Naples, FL.

Sorry to take so long to get back here. seems I only get here about once a week.
anyway, BP, don't be surprised to see all different colors out there. we have quite a selection here. I've seen red, yellow, blue, purple, brown, green. so far.:G
ever since I got my camera and started taking nature pix, I have seen a lot of things I've never seen before! it's amazing.

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Definitely a dragonfly. We have them around here, too.
See Wikipedia's definition. There are many photos of different varieties. Also see their Damselfly definition.
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