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  BluDar-1030803-72c.jpg -  Rhionaeschna multicolor  (Blue-eyed Darner). Teneral female in the garden on Strathmoor at Kenilworth, Oakland, CA on May 25, 2012.  Photo by Alex Pierce; ID by Tim Manolis who says: "The stripes on the side of the thorax are of even width their entire length (the anterior stripe on a California Darner tapers to a point at the dorsal end), there is no black line across the face, and the T-spot looks more like that of Blue-eyed than that of California."  
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Rhionaeschna multicolor (Blue-eyed Darner). Teneral female in the garden on Strathmoor at Kenilworth, Oakland, CA on May 25, 2012. Photo by Alex Pierce; ID by Tim Manolis who says: "The stripes on the side of the thorax are of even width their entire length (the anterior stripe on a California Darner tapers to a point at the dorsal end), there is no black line across the face, and the T-spot looks more like that of Blue-eyed than that of California."
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