de Havilland DH.92 Dolphin

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Hi all,
only a good picture of the Dolphin can be found on the Internet.

My problem is this: Putnam's book says the only D.H.92 was called the G-AEMX. The picture shows the registration G-ADNA. Furthermore, the Putnam text says that no photo of the "Dolphin" in flight exists. Who is right?
 

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Googling G-ADNA gets several hits on her as the first DH-90 Dragonfly.
 

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The photo is of DH90 Dragonfly (cn 7500).

G-AEMX (cn6400) is the sole DH92. Registered 27 August 1936, according to the CAA registration site.

I have only seen 2 or 3 close up ground shots of the type.
 

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