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Dragonfly books Earth Day special! Today, and tomorrow ONLY mydragonfly related books and eBooks are being offered at a ~30% discount in exchange for your giving me the name
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Apr 22
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Re: Ode Spots Near Tulsa OK Great questions, Troy. I hadn't approached the trip with particular species in mind, but if I want to add to the life list I definitely need to do process of
Jim Miller
Apr 22
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Beaverpond Baskettail The Beaverpond Baskettail, a spring flier, is currently on the wing. But it is 'missing in action' in several Calif. counties, and the state of Nevada!! If
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Apr 21
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Death Valley Hello all, I'm trying to ascertain if anyone had been to Furnace Creek before to look at dragonflies...wondering if the Roseate Skimmers are new there (a
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Apr 21
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Re: Ode Spots Near Tulsa OK I guess it would help knowing what species you're targeting . . . if you still need lots of pond species perhaps your time might be better spent chasing things
Troy Hibbitts
Apr 18
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Ode Spots Near Tulsa OK Call this a really bad case of advance planning, but... It appears that I will be up in Tulsa, Oklahoma for about a week this summer. My kids have a teen
kef_jmiller
Apr 17
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Re: Pinal County AZ April 11,2014 That Great Pondhawk date is early for the whole Southwest. Old early date was 6/8/12 in Colorado - from an entry at OC; what a great day!! Kathy
dave biggs
Apr 12
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Pinal County AZ April 11,2014 Rich Bailowitz and I went to the San Manuel Pond and the nearby San Pedro River yesterday. It was a nice warm day (86 degrees) that started with a Gila Monster
douglas danforth
Apr 12
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San Manuel Pond, Pinal County, AZ -March 25th Rich Bailowitz and I took a trip to check the newly discovered San Manuel pond just west of San Manuel and the San Pedro River. We had a total of 23 species
douglas danforth
Mar 27
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Muleshoe Ranch,Cochise County, AZ I went to Muleshoe Ranch yesterday. The fourteen species were seen mostly along the stream near the headquarters which is fed by the hot springs with just a
douglas danforth
Mar 23
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03/23/14: Rio Salado, Phoenix, AZ 23 March 2014 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area, Phoenix , AZ Sunny, 80 F, calm 12 species seen: Common Green Darner, Anax junius: 5
pierredeviche
Mar 23
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Re: [CalOdes] CA-AZ Sunday drive. Bob, That appears to be a new early date for Powdered Dancer, Argia moesta. Old date was 3/24/09! Thanks - I'm sharing your report with the SoWestOdes group.
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Mar 17
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Modoc National Forest - Cave Lake Campground http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/modoc/recarea/?recid=71260 FYI - where most (all?) of us will stay on the blitz! Kathy -- California Dragonflies
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Mar 12
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Blitz I just wanted to tell everyone that River Jewelwings are one of the northern species we will be seeing in Modoc County. They are plentiful on the North Fork of
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Mar 12
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CalOdes/SWOdes 2014 Blitz CalOdes/SW Odes Dragonfly Blitz June 27 - 30, 2014 Warner Mts., Modoc Co, CA and nearby areas in Washoe Co, NEVADA & Malheur Co, OREGON ...... This year's
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Mar 11
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Re: 03/07-09/14: Phoenix, AZ, odes I think it does, Kathy, although I have always presumed that lacerata came north on southerly winds as well (and I suppose all the migrants do that). But IÆm
Dennis Paulson
Mar 11
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Re: 03/07-09/14: Phoenix, AZ, odes Now that you mention it, my limited experience with Tramea onusta in north-central New Mexico is that they can appear in early May, before the more common T.
Jim Stuart
Mar 11
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Re: 03/07-09/14: Phoenix, AZ, odes //I think of onusta as being more of a species that has dispersal events whenever we have prolonged warm spells, such as this non-winter, While I think of
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Mar 11
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Re: 03/07-09/14: Phoenix, AZ, odes Very interesting that Tramea onusta is present now from southern California to south Texas, but no trace of T. lacerata (Black Saddlebags), the more highly
Dennis Paulson
Mar 11
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03/07-09/14: Phoenix, AZ, odes I checked a couple of locations around town in the past 3 days and ended up with a total of 12 species already on the wing - details below. Not a whole lot of
pierredeviche
Mar 9
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Really - the final update of Dragonflies of N.A. III - address corre The Light at the end of the Tunnel? - 3rd edition of Dragonflies of North America will be shipping soon. As of Feb 20, 2014, the book was being printed and
IORI
Mar 2
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(no subject) DSA S.E. meeting update: So far the following have either confirmed or have indicated interest in attending the dragonfly Society of the Americas S.E. regional
IORI
Feb 18
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3 - Announcements from IORI 1. Southeast Dragonfly Society of the Americas meeting info link (that actually works now)
IORI
Jan 28
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Southeast DSA Meeting - Gainesville FL 4-6 April 2014 Information about the SE DSA meeting: First link is word doc Second on is web doc https://www.dropbox.com/s/0rwaxd8no5kht7x/SOUTHEAST%20REGIONAL%20DRAGONFLY%2
wmauffray
Jan 22
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Flight data chart Hi all, 3 species have now been reported as flying in CA, so I have updated the flight season chart for the Southwest. If you know of earlier of later flight
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Jan 19
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Fwd: [Odonata-l] climate change effects on odonates FYI -Interesting paper. Kathy ... Subject: [Odonata-l] climate change effects on odonates Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 06:56:07 -0600 From: Alex Córdoba-Aguilar
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Jan 14
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Season's Greetings! May all your Calopteryx be bright!! eCard -- California Dragonflies www.sonic.net/dragonfly Southwest Dragonflies www.southwestdragonflies.net/ Bigsnest
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Dec 19, 2013
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Dragonflies of North America - discount extended becasue of later th Since the final issue of ARGIA was only released today, I am extending the discount deadline till Thursday Dec 19, 2013 for the IORI supplemented early ...
IORI
Dec 17, 2013
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Re: [CalOdes] CA/AZ Blitz article Clarification: The links that aren't working are MY OWN, not ones that /Argia/'s editor put in! Kathy California Dragonflies www.sonic.net/dragonfly Southwest
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Dec 17, 2013
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Re: [CalOdes] CA/AZ Blitz article Guess I wasn't aware of them having links to images before! Merry Christmas. Kathy California Dragonflies www.sonic.net/dragonfly Southwest Dragonflies
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Dec 17, 2013
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