I woke the other morning to see a dragonfly that had crawled up the side of the door to shed its skin and enter its adult phase. The casing of its immature stage is called an "exuvia"; the immature insect is known as a "nymph". I will be posting other pictures of this in my blog this week.
Lighting was provided by Alexandra Queen.
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