Re: [CalOdes] Arizona Odes
- Hi Eric & all,
Eric Preston wrote:
> I had lots of unidentified odes in SE Arizona last weekend, but didn'tThere is a new SoWest Odes that you could also post on, but many of us
> post 'cause this isn't AZOdes.
here (esp me! - but I am on SoWest Odes too) would like to hear what you
saw! The folks on SoWest Odes would probably be willing to help you with
difficult IDs. Join SoWest Odes at
>Sure would be nice if there were a guideI am as we speak finishing up my "Beginner's Guide to the SouthWest
> for zygopts for Arizona. Bob? Kathy? Tim? Someone?
Dragonflies". It should be out by April, and therefore available by next
season. It does include damselflies and drawing of their 'naughty bits.'
>Desert Firetails do occur there.
> Lots of mating red damsels that looked similar to Desert Firetail.
> Some really cool-looking, very large damsels, like a huge spreadwing inBoth CA & Great Spreadwings occur there and fly this late.
> Ramsey Canyon. No idea.
> It was in the 30s at night, but there was lots of mating and ovipositingbrrrrr....
> going on.