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Taylor County

Note: Observations of species shown in bold are 50 or more years old, and we are especially interested in updating these records.

Lestidae – Spreadwing Family

Lestes congener  -
Spotted Spreadwing (2016)

Lestes disjunctus  -
Northern Spreadwing (2017)

Lestes forcipatus  -
Sweetflag Spreadwing (2016)

Lestes inaequalis  -
Elegant Spreadwing (2013)

Lestes rectangularis  -
Slender Spreadwing (2016)


Calopterygidae – Broad-winged Damsel Family

Calopteryx aequabilis  -
River Jewelwing (2018)

Calopteryx maculata  -
Ebony Jewelwing (2018)

Hetaerina americana  -
American Rubyspot (2018)


Coenagrionidae – Pond Damsel Family

Argia fumipennis violacea  -
Variable Dancer (Violet Dancer ssp.) (2016)

Argia moesta  -
Powdered Dancer (2018)

Chromagrion conditum  -
Aurora Damsel (2012)

Coenagrion resolutum  -
Taiga Bluet (2006)

Enallagma boreale  -
Boreal Bluet (2018)

Enallagma ebrium  -
Marsh Bluet (2017)

Enallagma exsulans  -
Stream Bluet (2018)

Enallagma geminatum  -
Skimming Bluet (2016)

Enallagma hageni  -
Hagen's Bluet (2013)

Enallagma signatum  -
Orange Bluet (2013)

Ischnura verticalis  -
Eastern Forktail (2018)

Nehalennia irene  -
Sedge Sprite (2017)


Aeshnidae – Darner Family

Aeshna canadensis  -
Canada Darner (2017)

Aeshna verticalis  -
Green-striped Darner (2017)

Anax junius  -
Common Green Darner (2017)

Basiaeschna janata  -
Springtime Darner (2018)

Boyeria vinosa  -
Fawn Darner (2008)


Gomphidae – Clubtail Family

Arigomphus furcifer  -
Lilypad Clubtail (2013)

Dromogomphus spinosus  -
Black-shouldered Spinyleg (2003)

Gomphurus lineatifrons  -
Splendid Clubtail (2003)

Gomphurus ventricosus  -
Skillet Clubtail (2007)

Hagenius brevistylus  -
Dragonhunter (2018)

Hylogomphus adelphus  -
Mustached Clubtail (2008)

Hylogomphus viridifrons  -
Green-faced Clubtail (2008)

Ophiogomphus anomalus  -
Extra-striped Snaketail (1992)

Ophiogomphus carolus  -
Riffle Snaketail (2003)

Ophiogomphus howei  -
Pygmy Snaketail (2008)

Ophiogomphus rupinsulensis  -
Rusty Snaketail (2008)

Phanogomphus exilis  -
Lancet Clubtail (2013)

Phanogomphus lividus  -
Ashy Clubtail (2006)

Phanogomphus quadricolor  -
Rapids Clubtail (2008)

Phanogomphus spicatus  -
Dusky Clubtail (2006)

Stylogomphus albistylus  -
Eastern Least Clubtail (2018)


Cordulegastridae – Spiketail Family

Cordulegaster maculata  -
Twin-spotted Spiketail (2008)

Cordulegaster obliqua  -
Arrowhead Spiketail (2008)


Macromiidae – Cruiser Family

Didymops transversa  -
Stream Cruiser (2018)

Macromia illinoiensis illinoiensis  -
Swift River Cruiser (Illinois River Cruiser ssp.) (2008)


Corduliidae – Emerald Family

Cordulia shurtleffii  -
American Emerald (2017)

Dorocordulia libera  -
Racket-tailed Emerald (2013)

Epitheca canis  -
Beaverpond Baskettail (2006)

Epitheca cynosura  -
Common Baskettail (2018)

Epitheca princeps  -
Prince Baskettail (2013)

Epitheca spinigera  -
Spiny Baskettail (2013)


Libellulidae – Skimmer Family

Erythemis simplicicollis  -
Eastern Pondhawk (2013)

Ladona julia  -
Chalk-fronted Corporal (2013)

Leucorrhinia frigida  -
Frosted Whiteface (2017)

Leucorrhinia glacialis  -
Crimson-ringed Whiteface (2016)

Leucorrhinia hudsonica  -
Hudsonian Whiteface (2006)

Leucorrhinia intacta  -
Dot-tailed Whiteface (2017)

Leucorrhinia proxima  -
Belted Whiteface (2006)

Libellula luctuosa  -
Widow Skimmer (2017)

Libellula pulchella  -
Twelve-spotted Skimmer (2018)

Libellula quadrimaculata  -
Four-spotted Skimmer (2017)

Nannothemis bella  -
Elfin Skimmer (2012)

Pachydiplax longipennis  -
Blue Dasher (2013)

Perithemis tenera  -
Eastern Amberwing (2017)

Plathemis lydia  -
Common Whitetail (2018)

Sympetrum obtrusum  -
White-faced Meadowhawk (2017)

Sympetrum vicinum  -
Autumn Meadowhawk (2016)


 


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