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Species Account: The Azure Bluet / Agrion saupoudré (Enallagma aspersum)

Azure Bluet / Agrion saupoudré (Enallagma aspersum)   Adult size: 30-33 mm Habitat/Status: Generally uncommon and local in the Canadian Mar…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

3 Jun 28
Reply by Vicki Thomas

The 2016 New Brunswick Odonata Season has (nearly?) arrived + Introducing the "iNaturalist Odonates du NB Odonata Project"

Hi all, With the warm weather we had over the weekend, I am convinced some Odonata have emerged in NB or are just on the verge of doing so.…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

8 May 9, 2016
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Species Account: Common Whitetail / La lydienne (Plathemis lydia)

Common Whitetail, La lydienne (Plathemis lydia) Adult size: 38-44mm Habitat: This is a common species in the Canadian Maritimes. It can be…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

12 Mar 26, 2015
Reply by Jimmy Dee

Species Account: The Ebony Boghaunter / La Cordulie bistrée (Williamsonia fletcheri)

The Ebony Boghaunter / La Cordulie bistrée (Williamsonia fletcheri) Adult size: 29-34 mm Habitat: This species is mainly associated with sp…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

12 Nov 13, 2014
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Species Account: The Aurora Damsel / Agrion à taches jaunes (Chromagrion conditum)

The Aurora Damsel / Agrion à taches jaunes (Chromagrion conditum) Adult size: 31-39 mm Habitat/Status: Found mostly in well-vegetated backw…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

5 Nov 12, 2014
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Riffle Snaketail / Ophiogomphe de Carole (Ophiogomphus carolus)- Species Account

Riffle Snaketail / Ophiogomphe de Carole (Ophiogomphus carolus) Adult size: 40-45 mm Habitat: This species is perhaps most closely associat…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

13 Nov 8, 2014
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Wandering Gliders [Pantales flavescentes] on the move??

Hi all, I check out what's moving at the pond daily, and until today, there were no Wandering Gliders present regularly. Since this morning…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

8 Sep 8, 2014
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Meadowhawk Madness Month @ Fundy National Park- September Sympetrum Silliness!

Hi all, The wonderful weather we are currently enjoying at times this month has certainly been great for observing fall species of dragonfl…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

9 Oct 1, 2013
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

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