The two red Trameas are really really similar. Earlier in the year I caught a Red Saddlebags. My impression in the past has been that Carolina gets more likely later in the season and I'd been ignoring them for a few weeks. It seems like they've gotten more common again.
I spent about 3 hours trying to stalk or ambush the Comet and this next creature.
Most meadowhawks are impossible to identify when young. Variegated is an exception to the rule.
I mostly ignore the damselflies unless they're a tandem pair. This Amber-winged Spreadwing was large enough to catch my eye though, a lifer for me.
Finally a clubtail that I cannot identify. It's a teneral (recently emerged) female that's 55mm in length. Clubtails generally have 4 stripes on the thorax. On this one they're broad and merge into 2. It does not (to my interpretation) have a T5 stripe at the very end of the thorax which Ashy Clubtail is supposed to have but otherwise is probably closest to it.