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May 30, 2014 — Wood County

Sandhill Wildlife Area. Loop Road

Common Green Darner (Anax junius)
Observed
Several flying over an open field at beginning of auto loop
Dusky Clubtail (Phanogomphus spicatus)
Netted and released
A few tenerals on auto loop
Photo of Dusky Clubtail
 
Photo of Dusky Clubtail
 
Lancet Clubtail (Phanogomphus exilis)
Netted and released
1 male on auto loop
Photo of Lancet Clubtail
 
Stream Cruiser (Didymops transversa)
Photographed
A few on auto loop
Photo of Stream Cruiser
 
American Emerald (Cordulia shurtleffii)
Observed
a few patrolling the edge of one of the flowages
Common Baskettail (Epitheca cynosura)
Netted and released
Many baskettails seen. Netted and released Common and Spiny.
Photo of Common Baskettail
 
Photo of Common Baskettail
 
Ebony Boghaunter (Williamsonia fletcheri)
Photographed
Several seen including males, a pair in wheel, and a male in wheel with a female W. lintneri.
Photo of Ebony Boghaunter
 
Photo of Ebony Boghaunter
 
Racket-tailed Emerald (Dorocordulia libera)
Netted and released
1 teneral male
Photo of Racket-tailed Emerald
 
Ringed Boghaunter (Williamsonia lintneri)
Photographed
Several males seen. 1 Female seen in wheel with male Ebony Boghaunter.
Photo of Ringed Boghaunter
 
Photo of Ringed Boghaunter
 
Photo of Ringed Boghaunter
 
Spiny Baskettail (Epitheca spinigera)
Netted and released
Many baskettails flying. Netted and released Spiny and Common.
Photo of Spiny Baskettail
 
Chalk-fronted Corporal (Ladona julia)
Photographed
Many juveniles seen
Photo of Chalk-fronted Corporal
 
Dot-tailed Whiteface (Leucorrhinia intacta)
Photographed
Several seen
Photo of Dot-tailed Whiteface
 
Four-spotted Skimmer (Libellula quadrimaculata)
Observed
1 juvenile.
Hudsonian Whiteface (Leucorrhinia hudsonica)
Photographed
Several
Photo of Hudsonian Whiteface
 
Eastern Forktail (Ischnura verticalis)
Observed
1 male and 1 female on edge of a flowage.