June 11, 2018 — Chippewa County

Chippewa River, upstream of power plant at Jim Falls

Powdered Dancer (Argia moesta)
There were hundreds, if not thousands. They were present everywhere at the site.
Photo of Powdered Dancer
Photo of Powdered Dancer
American Rubyspot (Hetaerina americana)
Dozens in the tall "grass" along the east shore of the diverted section of the river, north of the bridge.
Photo of American Rubyspot
Midland Clubtail (Gomphurus fraternus)
Several males on the upper gravel service road along Old Abe Lake.
Photo of Midland Clubtail
Skillet Clubtail (Gomphurus ventricosus)
One female along path to right east of the bridge.
Photo of Skillet Clubtail
Ebony Jewelwing (Calopteryx maculata)
Several, mostly in shady areas of the site.
Photo of Ebony Jewelwing
Common Baskettail (Epitheca cynosura)
Netted and released
A few hunting at edge of woods.
Photo of Common Baskettail
Common Whitetail (Plathemis lydia)
One or two
Photo of Common Whitetail