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Sierra Madre Dancer, etc. Ft. Huachuca, 20 Sept 2013

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  • Robert A. Behrstock
    Dear Odesters, A brief visit to the Upper Garden Canyon Picnic Area for lunch and not much more produced: Canyon Rubyspot (Hetaerina vulnerata) Sierra Madre
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      Dear Odesters,

       

      A brief visit to the Upper Garden Canyon Picnic Area for lunch and not much more produced:

       

      Canyon Rubyspot (Hetaerina vulnerata)

      Sierra Madre Dancer (Argia lacrimans) here first discovered in the U.S. and a good place to look for it

      Springwater Dancer (A. plana)

      Tonto Dancer (A. tonto)

       

      A stop at the boulder-edged roadside puddle below the Lower picnic area for Tadpole Shrimp

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notostraca

       

      yielded:

       

      Mexican Forktail (Ischnura demorsa)

      Variegated Meadowhawk (Sympetrum corruptum)

       

      Best,

      RAB

       

      Robert A. Behrstock

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