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9 hours ago, Lutya said:

Two dragonflies from upstate NY. Any ideas?

The first one looks like some kind of meadowhawk to me, almost like a Variegated Meadowhawk, but I could be wrong.  The second one is certainly in the darner family, Aeshnidae, probably genus Aeshna.  I don't have a reference for eastern dragonflies.

It's too bad we don't have the odonate ID forum any more, but most of the people who helped out there aren't around either.  Maybe @psweet will take a look at this.

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