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Re: [SoWestOdes] Damsels at Lea Lake

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  • Kathy &/or Dave Biggs
    Thanks for your report. I had my first Pacific Forktails on my CA pond here today. Anyone else seeing anything? Cheers!! Kathy
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 24, 2006
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      Thanks for your report.
      I had my first Pacific Forktails on my CA pond here today.
      Anyone else seeing anything?
      Cheers!!
      Kathy

      Robert Larsen wrote:

      >The following damselflies were found on the east side
      >of Lea Lake and the lake outflow in Bottomless Lakes
      >State Park, Chaves County, New Mexico on the afternoon
      >of Feburary 21, 2006 with a temperatures in the mid
      >70s.
      >
      >Familiar Bluet (Enallagma civile) male
      >Familiar Bluet (Enallagma civile) male
      >Familiar Bluet (Enallagma civile) teneral female
      >Arroyo Bluet (Enallagma praevarum) male
      >Arroyo Bluet (Enallagma praevarum) male
      >Arroyo Bluet (Enallagma praevarum) male
      >Arroyo Bluet (Enallagma praevarum) female
      >Amethyst Dancer (Argia pallens) male from outflow
      >
      >The old early flight season date for the Amethyst
      >Dancer in New Mexico was March 3rd from the same site
      >and to October 10th. The early date for the Arroyo
      >Bluet was also March 3rd from the same site on Lea
      >Lake. New Mexico county distribution for the Amethyst
      >Dancer to date includes Bernalillo, Catron, Chaves,
      >Eddy, and Grant Counties.
      >
      >R. Larsen
      >Roswell, New Mexico
      >
      >
      >
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