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Odonates from Yucatan and Cozumel, Mexico November 2013

From November 16 - 24, 2013, Sheridan Coffey, Dan Peak and I visited the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, birding at Cozumel, Felipe Carillo Puerto, Calakmul, Chichen Itza, Rio Lagartos, and Coba. Here are some odonates I managed to photograph in-between birds!:

Argia sp. - four males and a female.

Tropical Sprite - a male.

Coryphaeschna darners - mostly diapyra I feel, but a couple may not be...

Dythemis multipunctata - a female.

Dythemis sterilis - three males.

Red Pondhawk - a male.

Red-faced Dragonlet - males.

Erythrodiplax sp. - a young male; maybe Band-winged Dragonlet?

Metallic Pennant - a male.

Macrothemis sp. - a female.

Micrathyria sp. - a male similar to Three-striped M. didyma.

Micrathyria debilis - a few males and a couple of females.

Orthemis sp. - a male; maybe Carmine Skimmer?

Slough Amberwing - a male.

Perithemis mooma - a male.

Vermilion Saddlebags - a male.