453Re: [SoWestOdes] Bitter Lake, SE New Mexico
- Apr 5 11:04 AMGood information, Robert. I think it's interesting that there are so
many damselfly species emerging, while the only anisopteran species
you have are the two migrants.
1724 NE 98 St.
Seattle, WA 98115
On Apr 5, 2007, at 10:50 AM, Robert Larsen wrote:
> Odonata noted on Unit 5, west slough
> Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge
> Chaves County, New Mexico
> April 1, 2007,
> Common Green Darner (Anax junius) several patroling
> the west slough.
> Variegated Meadowhawk (Sympetrum corruptum) common
> along the west slough and south side of Unit 5
> Familiar Bluet (Enallagma civile) common in salt
> grass along the south side of Unit 5 impoundment
> Desert Forktail (Ischnura barberi) several noted
> along the west slough and in salt grass edge of the
> Arroyo Bluet (Enallagma praevarum) common on the
> Blue-ringed Dancer (Argia sedula) several noted
> along the fresh water west slough.
> Black-fronted Forktail (Ischnura denticollis) large
> numbers in the salt grass along the southern edge
> of Unit 5 impoundment.
> Plains Forktail (Ischnura damula) common along the
> west fresh water slough of Unit 5.
> Mexican Forktail (Ischnura demorsa) two females and
> a single male noted along the fresh water west slough
> of Unit 5.
> Aztec Dancer (Argia nahuana) numerous tenerals noted
> all along the west slough of Unit 5 and all around
> the visitors center overlooking Unit 5.
> Robert Larsen
> Roswell, New Mexic
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