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New County Records for New Mexico

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  • Robert Larsen
    It has been an interesting weekend in New Mexico.  Dr. Bjorklund sent down photographs of the female Giant Darner (Anax walsinghami) he took today near White
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 13, 2010
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      It has been an interesting weekend in New Mexico.  Dr. Bjorklund sent down photographs of the female Giant Darner (Anax walsinghami) he took today near White Rock in Los Alamos County which he will post on Odonata Central.  The female was identified by having no spines on the occiput, the abdominal markings, and the unique spot on top of the yellow fronz with a blue semicircle.  
       
      James Stuart had photographed the Blue Dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis) and the Springwater Dancer (Argia plana) in Albupuerque which are new records for Bernilillo County.  To be posted on Odonata Central.
       
      Not a new county records, but Dr. Price had mailed some earlier photographs of the Vairegated Meadowhawk (Sympeturm corruptum) taken at 10,000 ft. in the Valles Caldera National Preserve.   And, Bill Flint sent photographs of a female Flame Skimmer (Libellula saturata ovipositing by splashing eggs in droplets of water onto the surface of the water along with photos of the Comanche Skimmer (Libellula comanche) and tandem pairs of Aztec Dancers (Argia nahuana) taken yesterday along the Spring River here in Roswell.  All very interesting.
       
      Robert Larsen
      Roswell, New Mexico




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    • Robert Larsen
        On June 19th James Stuart, NMDG&F, had photographed the Arroyo Darner in Otero Canyon east of Albuquerque in the Sandia Mountains.  A new county record
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 29, 2010
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        On June 19th James Stuart, NMDG&F, had photographed the Arroyo Darner in Otero Canyon east of Albuquerque in the Sandia Mountains.  A new county record for Bernalillo County.   

         
        On June 24th Biologists Lee Pierce and James Stuart, NMDG&F, working in Rio Arriba County on their Boreal Frog reintroduction program high up in the mountains at Trout Lake had taken some good photographs of the Boreal Whiteface (Lee's new state record last year at Trout Lake). Stuart had also photographed several tandem pairs of Taiga Bluets which is a new county reocrds for Rio Arriba County.  
         
        On June 22nd Jim Stuart has also photographed several new county records for Sandoval County from Cochiti Lake including Red Saddlebags, Eight-spotted Skimmers, Widow Skimmers, and Eastern Amberwings. 
         
        On June 16th Jerry Hatifeld had photographed the Eastern Ringtail on the Pecos River at Fort Sumner in DeBaca County also a new reocrd.  And, Dustin Huntington reported the Four-spotted Skimmer in Otero Canyon on June 26th, new for Bernalillo County.
         
        Robert Larsen
        Roswell, New Mexico 




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