Autumn Meadowhawk Sympetrum vicinum

The Meadowhawk that likes to hide out in the wet woodlands even more than the Blue-faced. Name recently changed to Autumn. Almost no red color on this female of the species. Males are red almost nose to tail. The thorax of the male is a dull olive color. The legs are yellowish on the male but not always. That trumpet-shaped ovipositor is different from the Blue-faced. And female Blue-faces are gray and plainly colored. Flies, like the Blue-face, sometimes into December in AR.