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Marianne Denton Oct 24
At the CA SFS/CA Bioassessment Mtg and was describing someone I greatly admire to my husband: “He’s the actual globally recognized odonata expert that I pretend to be.” Let me bless your TL with a couple of my summer favorites.
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Michael Thomas Bogan Oct 20
Replying to @mtbogan
These Aztec dancers (Argia nahuana) aren’t as fancy as the other new species we found, but I was still thrilled to add them to the species list for the the Santa Cruz River downtown!
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Joono OpenStory 10h
「Dragonfly for Kids」 , , Insect
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Melissa Sanchez Jun 18
High survival and longevity on a colorful Amazonian damselfly! Check our latest paper out! # Amazon
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Toby Hill Aug 6
Managed some shots to aid identification. Scarce Emerald (Lestes dryas) on the left. Common Emerald (Lestes sponsa) on the right. Note the shape of the anal appendages.
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BDS Scotland Oct 16
Close up pics of the rare from . Look for the spots at back of head & black dots at nodes on 'tails' to ID. Found at the edges of the , did you know it has its own Species Champion - ?
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David Rees Roberts Aug 13
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SESevers Jul 9
American Rubyspots have the best eyes!
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RM Shepherds Huts May 31
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Gong Zi Chen_FANKIT Jun 6
Just painted the kit, design and sculpture by .
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Marianne Denton Aug 8
Replying to @Astro_Limno
4b/ I am baby. Put me back where I belong. (Odonata: Zygoptera, Coenagrionidae, Enallagma (probably))
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philomena plunkett Jul 29
Romance is in the air on nettle
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Helen Bovill Jun 2
Azure in the wildlife garden yesterday.
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Melanie Malbon Oct 13
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Bernoid Apr 30
There was a fair amount of emergence going on in my pond last night
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Ferns - Fearna Mór May 8
The and the Centre for Environmental Data and Recording for Northern Ireland have launched Dragonfly Ireland 2019 - 2024. They want YOU to help them survey for and record and sightings in Ireland.
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Michael Thomas Bogan Oct 20
Replying to @mtbogan
The wildly gorgeous painted damsel (Hesperagrion heterodoxum) has colonized the effluent outfall marsh on the Santa Cruz River downtown!
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Mazeofwonder Jun 18
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Wendy Flakes Jun 1
Banded Demoiselle, 'the river butterfly', near the sluice gates on The Cut, Fairburn
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Code 5 Design Apr 28
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