I was on a road trip with John and Kendra Abbott. In addition to looking for odonates, they are also working on a new field guide to insects of North America. They were doing some black lighting at night as time and locations permit. I took advantage of the light box photo set ups they are using to take illustrative images of various insects, so I’ll post a few I took here. These were insects that were collected at a light at night, then photographed.
Antenna similar to moth. 3 inches long from nose to tail. Four transparent wings (greenish tan), but not in dragonfly configuration. Do not recognize at all (never seen one before). Possibly immature phase of something?
Neochauliodes bowringi female?