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Jesse Archey

Flying insect, Eastern Oregon, US

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I have this at my house in eastern Oregon. It has a long slender body with a large thorax, reminiscent of a dragonfly, but it's wings are huge. Two pairs, the upper pair overlap completely on the lower pair, and form a tent over its body. The wings resemble clear butterfly or moth wings. I don't think it's a lace wing, as the wings are too wide, not slender like all the pictures I've seen.

 

So, anyone willing to help?

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