(5)I think Len’s photo is of a Black Spreadwing also. The ephemeral pond northwest of the parking lot at Nagasawa Park is a consistent spot for Black
(8)We can tell patterns for those of us that are repeatedly, and for years at a time, in certain locations. WE are in an age where we are not only citizen
(3)Thanks for posting it Hugh! BTW: It is definitely a different male than was seen in Riverside County as the wing patterns are different. Kathy Ps. Going back
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(5)I suspect Paltothemis has a great propensity for wandering which perhaps gives them a shot at finding a flowing stream in arid regions and during times of
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