We may have found one at Kerrs Lake, Charlotte county, July 22, 2016. Paul B has only one record for NB up to 2014 ... one seen near Saint John in 2006 by John Klymko. Sooooo could this be? Not a great image but the only one we got.

Tags: Celithemis, Martha's, Pennant, gt16d, jd16d, martha

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That sure looks like a female Martha's Pennant to me. Congratulations on a great find, I had a feeling you and/or Gail would likely find one this summer as you explored various areas in Charlotte County.

WTG, G & J!!!!

Congrats to the Dragon Hunters!

!!!! WOW, so awesome, Jimmy !!!! Congrats to you and Gail. What an excellent find!

Thanks everyone! Great fun exploring these lakes by canoe. Also explored McDougal Lake a bit but cut short by thunder and lightening. If the Canadian Olympics rowing coaches had seen us sprinting for shore we'd be off to Rio in a few weeks. Was really neat to see many Calico Pennants out there flying about the open water.

Fantastic find, Jimmy, and great work on getting this documentary photo!
Good luck if you and Gail get called to Rio. Should be some new odes for you in Brazil!!

Congratulations on another new species!!  Fantastic image :)


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