|The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina|
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|North Carolina's 189 Odonate species|
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|Photo Gallery for Pale Bluet 12 photos are shown.||Other NC Galleries: Jeff Pippen Will Cook Ted Wilcox|
|Photo 1 by: R. Emmitt |
Comment: Scotland, 2019-06-15, Cameron Lake and creek nearby
|Photo 2 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Craven, 2018-06-16, Swift Creek; 7 km section between Cool Springs Boating Access Area and NC 43 bridge, by kayak. First record for county.
|Photo 3 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: New Hanover, 2018-06-08, Greenfield Lake, Wilmington, by kayak - tandem pair
|Photo 4 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Orange, 2018-06-01, Brumley Forest Preserve, North side of NC Hwy. 10 at silo pond. - Two tandem pairs.
|Photo 5 by: Kyle Kittelberger |
Comment: Scotland, 2017-05-08, Sandhill Game Land; Scotland Lake - first record in county in almost 30 years
|Photo 6 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Brunswick, 2017-05-02, North Lake and Spring Lake parks, Boiling Spring Lakes - mostly tandem pairs
|Photo 7 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Columbus, 2016-06-20, Waccamaw River from Pireway Boating Access to 6 km upstream
|Photo 8 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Onslow, 2016-06-04, White Oak River between Quarry lakes and Dixon Field Landing
|Photo 9 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Pender, 2015-07-11, Shelter Creek, from confluence with NE Cape Fear River to about 2 km upstream - in patches of Spatterdock
|Photo 10 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Bladen, 2014-06-02 Male, Singletary Lake. Found perched on vegetation along pier and by bridge at lake drain.
|Photo 11 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Bladen, 2014-06-02 Female, Singletary Lake. Found perched on vegetation along pier and by bridge at lake drain.
|Photo 12 by: Patrick Coin |
Comment: Orange, 2003-06-10, Occoneechee Mountain State Natural Area - female