|Spider Weaving Its Web|
|Dragonfly Nymph Exoskeleton|
On the side of Poska Pond, I found a number of very pale looking damselflies. I thought these may be newly hatched damselflies and this was confirmed. They are known as 'teneral' which is the state of an insect immediately after molting. At this time the insect's exoskeleton has not hardened and it may be pale in color.
|Damselfly after Nymph Stage It Is a Teneral|
The following picture was taken with the same camera/lens combination, but it is not a macro.
|Marsh with a Wood Duck and a Red-Winged Blackbird Flying Overhead|
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