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    • Blue Corporal
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    • Ladona deplanata

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Recent observations

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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manila_folder

Date

May 15, 2012 01:47 PM ChST

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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rdebenham

Date

June 15, 2014 11:15 AM EDT

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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reallifeecology

Date

March 16, 2016 03:29 PM EDT

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

Date

March 30, 2016

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

Date

March 29, 2016

Description

immature

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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lisabug

Date

June 18, 2016

Description

Blue corporal dragonfly, Ladona deplanata, Dr. Kirstin Martin

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

Date

March 28, 2016

Description

immature

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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beschwar

Date

June 8, 2016

Description

Two seen perching on sunny rocks

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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belyykit

Date

June 17, 2016 05:23 PM EDT

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

Date

May 5, 2014

Description

See photo

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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swampy

Date

June 4, 2016

Description

Blue Corporal?

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Blue Corporal Ladona deplanata

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jimjohnson

Date

May 26, 2016
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Description from Wikipedia

The blue corporal (Ladona deplanata), also known as little corporal, is a dragonfly in the Libellulidae, or skimmer family. First described as Libellula deplanata by Jules Pierre Rambur in 1842, it is common across much of the eastern United States.

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