I have ID'd this a an Eastern Ringtail, but the "lookup" function didn't recognize the common name apparently, so I entered the sci. name. Also, the exactly location of this photo is not known. I remember being in a park in Azle, Tx but was there for another purpose (not to photograph stuff) and happened to shoot this photo. I did not write the specific location down.
This is an Eastern Pondhawk eating a damselfly. I'm not sure the species.
Another Damselfly that I won't hazard a guess at this time. Others who spend more time with Odonates than I have said it's a fragile forktail, so that's what I'll call it.
I am bad with damselflies. I thought this one would be easy being apparently fairly solid and richly blue, but I am not confident enough to venture an ID.
I am sorry, but the location data on this species is absent. To the best of my memory, this shot was taken either in Coryell County, Texas at my family's property where I've shot a few photos or in the Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas area where I've shot most of my photos of Odonates. I am horrible with ID of damselflies, but I think this one could possibly be a black fronted forktail (which my books indicate is a western species that gets into western Tx (and would make my family land the most likely location for the shot). Or, it could be a blue fronted dancer female (?).
I believe this is a sulphur tipped clubtail female. (Gomphus militaris)