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This male presumed Eastern Amberwing Perethemis tenera was on the edge of a shaded cut on the north side of the Entrance Pond at Santa Ana NWR on July 01, 2009; The strong pattern dorsally on S9 is typical of E. mooma and I've never before seen it on tenera - however the small dark marks in the wing near each triangle tip are typical of tenera and rare (?) in mooma :