Dwayne Sabine
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Nighthawk

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deb M Aug 22, 2014. 7 Replies

North Pole Stream area, August 20, 2014This is a young nighthawk, with a photo taken at ~20m to show how superbly camoflaged it is, and another taken at close range.  They sit remarkably tight.  I…Continue

 

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Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Common Roadside Skipper? in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Someone suggested to me that this was actually a nice, fresh Northern Cloudywing (Thorybes pylades), and after having a close look, I can't see why it isn't. The rear underside of the wings of T. pylades can be quite pale, and there are…"
Jun 14
Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Brown Water Scorpion - March 25, 2017 in the group True Bugs of the Maritimes (Hemiptera/Heteroptera and Homoptera)
""Apparently they can fly but seldom do" I only recall seeing these twice, and both times flying. Once one hit my shoulder and fell to the ground at my feet while standing at streamside, and one once landed on my net while wading a stream…"
Mar 30
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True Bugs of the Maritimes (Hemiptera/Heteroptera and Homoptera)

Hemiptères et Homoptères des Maritimes A discussion group for exploring the fascinating insect group that are the True Bugs (Hemiptera and/or Heteroptera) and "Short-horned" Bugs (Homoptera) and their allies. (Please post only species seen/found in the Canadian Maritimes). See More
Mar 30
Dwayne Sabine replied to Gilles Belliveau's discussion American Rubyspot at Fredericton Junction - Sep 4, 2016 in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"That is interesting Gilles. Back when Rubyspots first turned up here on the Eel River over 10 years ago, I spent a few days searching rivers that looked similar in hopes of finding them elsewhere, including the Medexnekeag, Magaguadavic, Digdiguash,…"
Sep 5, 2016
Danny O'Shea replied to Dwayne Sabine's discussion Bladderworts in bloom in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Ah flooding, thanks; never thought of that."
Aug 22, 2016
Dwayne Sabine replied to Dwayne Sabine's discussion Bladderworts in bloom in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Danny, the lake in the last photo was very shallow, small (a 'large pond' might describe it better, although I've never been clear on the difference) and sheltered among trees.  Because of the lack of wave action, the…"
Aug 22, 2016
Danny O'Shea replied to Dwayne Sabine's discussion Bladderworts in bloom in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Interesting Dwayne.  Years ago I had an interest in insectivorous plants, and do not think I have ever actually seen a bladderwort.  In your last photo the sundew and pitcher plant seem to be growing "in water".  While I…"
Aug 21, 2016
Gordon Rattray replied to Dwayne Sabine's discussion Bladderworts in bloom in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Good find, these are on my wanted list!"
Aug 21, 2016
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Aug 20, 2016
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Stuart Tingley replied to Dwayne Sabine's discussion Bladderworts in bloom in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Great discoveries and nice photos, Dwayne! Thanks for posting."
Aug 20, 2016
Dwayne Sabine added a discussion to the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
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Bladderworts in bloom

I was down in Charlotte Co yesterday (Aug 19) looking for dragonflies, but seemed to be constantly distracted by blooming bladderworts.At the first lake visited, the Lesser Purple Bladderwort (Utricularia resupinata) was abundant.  This species was re-discovered in NB about 10 years ago after not being observed for over a century.  It is known from only a coupe of sites, but probably because the vegetative part of the plant is down in the substrate, and may only flower infrequently when certain…See More
Aug 20, 2016
Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Scarlet Bluet - July 24 - 2016 in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"You guys are getting out a lot and making some incredible finds - how about a challenge? Turquoise Bluet (Enallagma divigans) seems almost certainly to be here, as it gets all the way to Washington Co in Maine. I always figured it was far more…"
Jul 25, 2016
Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Scarlet Bluet - July 24 - 2016 in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"Got an ID for that fly on your screen, Stu? ☺"
Jul 25, 2016
Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Scarlet Bluet - July 24 - 2016 in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"Absolutely phenomenal Jimmy and Gail!"
Jul 25, 2016
Dwayne Sabine replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Dragonfly Larvae/Exuvia to Family Guide in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"Inside margin indicated here Jimmy. Strongly concave for this Cobra, but they would be straight for a Skillet."
Jun 29, 2016

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At 10:13pm on April 13, 2012, Denis A. Doucet said…

Welcome Dwayne!

 
 
 

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