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This female Amberwing Perethemis sp. was photographed on the edge of Tamaulipan scrub forest close to the irrigation channel at Bentsen RGV State Park on June 19, 2008; to me it looks rather more like mooma than tenera, due to the extensive orange in the wing (over rather limited dark brown patches), reddish tones to the wing veins, and extensive pale markings on the thorax creating three complete pale bands laterally plus a frontal pale mark that almost joins the base of the anterior lateral pale band. The pale legs rule out domitia: