Posts Tagged ‘dragonfly’

Other Flying Objects: Halloween Pennant

Other Flying Objects: Halloween Pennant

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

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Other Flying Objects: Band-Winged Meadowhawk Redux

Other Flying Objects: Band-Winged Meadowhawk Redux

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

Last August I posted a few images of band-winged meadowhawks, which are ubiquitous in the [&hellip

Other Flying Objects: Common Whitetail

Other Flying Objects: Common Whitetail

By josh | Wildlife

Last year about this time I suggested I’d be posting images of other skimmer species, [&hellip

Other Flying Objects: Ebony Jewelwings

Other Flying Objects: Ebony Jewelwings

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

Ebony Jewelwings are happily a common sight around moving water in our area- they were [&hellip

Bluets in Love

Bluets in Love

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

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Other Flying Objects- Band-Winged Meadowhawk

Other Flying Objects- Band-Winged Meadowhawk

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

Meadowhawks (genus Sympetrum) can be pretty tough to ID in the field without handling them [&hellip

Other Flying Objects: Blue Dasher

Other Flying Objects: Blue Dasher

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

The blue dasher is one of the more spectacular dragonflies common in northern New England [&hellip

Other Flying Objects: Twelve-Spotted Skimmer

Other Flying Objects: Twelve-Spotted Skimmer

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

Sticking with the skimmer theme, the poorly-named Twelve-Spotted Skimmer is another of the King Skimmers [&hellip

Other Flying Objects: Widow Skimmer

Other Flying Objects: Widow Skimmer

By josh | Nature, Wildlife

Widow Skimmers are large, common dragonflies of the genus Libellula (King Skimmers), which also includes other [&hellip