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Santa Cruz Co., AZ: 7 Oct '06

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  • Robert A. Behrstock
    Santa Cruz Co., AZ: 7 Oct 2006 Pena Blanca Lake Rec. Area. Ruby Road, 10 mi W of IH-19. Ruby Road to boat ramp (a couple hundred yards). Lake edge, sunny
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      Santa Cruz Co., AZ: 7 Oct 2006



      Pena Blanca Lake Rec. Area. Ruby Road, 10 mi W of IH-19.

      Ruby Road to boat ramp (a couple hundred yards). Lake edge, sunny stream, shady backwater. 07:45-12:45 hrs.

      This was primarily a (very good) SEABA butterfly field trip led by John Saba and Judy Winslow.



      Blue-eyed Darner

      Common Green Darner

      Western Pondhawk

      Plateau Dragonlet

      Neon Skimmer

      Widow Skimmer

      Flame Skimmer

      Blue Dasher

      Wandering Glider

      Mexican Amberwing

      Variegated Meadowhawk

      Black Saddlebags



      American Rubyspot

      Great Spreadwing

      Springwater Dancer

      Double-striped Bluet

      Arroyo Bluet

      Painted Damsel

      Mexican Forktail

      Rambur�s Forktail

      Desert Firetail



      Obs: Bob Behrstock, Hank Brodkin, Bob Parks, John Saba


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      Sycamore Canyon S of Ruby Rd., upper portion of stream, c. 10 mi WNW of Pena Blanca Lake.

      13:15-15:35 hrs



      Filigree Skimmer

      Variegated Meadowhawk

      Spot-winged Meadowhawk (at least 12)

      Spot-winged Glider



      Great Spreadwing

      Black-and-white Damsel (mostly tenerals)

      Springwater Dancer

      Mexican Forktail

      Desert Firetail




      Obs: Bob Behrstock, Hank Brodkin, Bob Parks



      Best,

      RAB

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