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Fwd: [se-odonata] Dragonfly or insect spy?

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  • Dennis Paulson
    This will be a challenge for dragonfly photographers, too. ... Dennis Paulson 1724 NE 98 St. Seattle, WA 98115 206-528-1382 dennispaulson@comcast.net ...
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 9, 2007
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      This will be a challenge for dragonfly photographers, too.

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      > From: June Tveekrem <damselfly@...>
      > Date: October 9, 2007 5:31:28 AM PDT
      > To: Southeast Odes <se-odonata@yahoogroups.com>, Northeast Odes
      > <NEodes@yahoogroups.com>, Andy Tveekrem <andy@...>
      > Cc: Jim & Carol Tveekrem <jotcat@...>, Susan Tveekrem
      > <stveekrem@...>
      > Subject: [se-odonata] Dragonfly or insect spy?
      >
      > Oh, great. Now photographing or netting dragonflies could be seen as a
      > "security incident". See this article in today's Washington Post:
      >
      > <http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2007/10/08/
      > ST2007100801459.html>
      >
      > Hmmm, a couple of years ago I was out walking in February and caught a
      > glimpse of Anax junius. I told myself I was imagining things.
      > Perhaps I
      > wasn't....
      >
      > This could be a source of lucrative employment for entomologists.
      >
      > --
      > June Tveekrem
      > Columbia, Maryland, U.S.
      > damselfly|AT|southernspreadwing.com



















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      Dennis Paulson
      1724 NE 98 St.
      Seattle, WA 98115
      206-528-1382
      dennispaulson@...
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