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|Photo Gallery for Lilypad Forktail 27 photos are shown.||Other NC Galleries: Jeff Pippen Will Cook Ted Wilcox|
|Photo 1 by: Max Ramey |
Comment: Avery, 2021-08-15, Wildcat Lake - First county record, abundant at this site
|Photo 2 by: B. Bockhahn, K. Kittelberger |
Comment: Moore; P, 2020-05-13
|Photo 3 by: Doug Allen |
Comment: Polk; P, 2020-04-20, Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE)
|Photo 4 by: Hunter Phillips |
Comment: Onslow, 2019-04-30, Private pond off Folkstone Road
|Photo 5 by: R Emmitt and super DSA crew! |
Comment: Scotland, 2018-05-11, Scotland Lake
|Photo 6 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Cumberland, 2018-04-22, Lake Rim. Abundant on lily pads. Only a small area of lake surveyed by kayak.
|Photo 7 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Carteret, 2018-04-19, Along Patsy Pond Green Trail and at Lilypad Pond, Croatan National Forest. - Both sexes. one teneral female.
|Photo 8 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Carteret, 2018-02-27, Ponds along Patsy Pond Nature Trail, Croatan National Forest. Photo of female.
|Photo 9 by: John Petranka, Sally Gewalt |
Comment: Orange, 2017-09-09, Pond at Twin Creeks Park near junction of Eubanks Road and Old NC 86 (35.959266, -79.104926) - Mostly Males.
|Photo 10 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Washington, 2017-06-16, Conaby Creek, from boating access area to 2.25 km upstream by kayak - first record for county
|Photo 11 by: Mark Shields, Chris Hill |
Comment: Carteret, 2017-05-19, Ponds along Patsy Pond Nature Trail, Croatan National Forest
|Photo 12 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Brunswick, 2017-05-02, North Lake and Spring Lake parks, Boiling Spring Lakes
|Photo 13 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Brunswick, 2017-04-12, North Lake and Spring Lake parks, Boiling Spring Lakes
|Photo 14 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: New Hanover, 2017-04-10, limesink ponds at Carolina Beach State Park - 6 individuals and 14 pairs in wheel on lilypads in Lily Pond
|Photo 15 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Pender, 2016-09-05, Holly Shelter Game Land, waterfowl impoundment
|Photo 16 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Tyrrell, 2016-06-19, Lily-filled roadside ditch along NC Highway 94
|Photo 17 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Burke; P, 2016-05-11, Table Rock Fish Hatchery. Atypical habitat; no lilypads at this site; single male seen perched on a rock at edge of pond. Photo.
|Photo 18 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Bladen, 2015-07-18, Suggs Mill Pond (aka Horseshoe Lake) - several pairs in wheel position on lily pads
|Photo 19 by: John Petranka, Sally Gewalt |
Comment: Watauga, 2015-07-02, Bass Lake, Moses Cone Memorial Park. - Males on lilypads.
|Photo 20 by: Conrad Wernett |
Comment: Jones, 2014-05-04 - Waterfowl impoundment
|Photo 21 by: Mike Turner |
Comment: Wake, 2013-08-16, Harris Lake-paddling the shore NE of New Hill-Holleman Rd. - 13 males and 2 females
|Photo 22 by: Kyle Kittelberger |
Comment: Lee, 2013-06-12, Lilypad lake near intersection of Cedar Lane Rd and US 1 - I believe this is a first record for Lee County; very abundant, probably many more at the lake. Female photographed in this image
|Photo 23 by: Kyle Kittelberger |
Comment: Lee, 2013-06-12, Lilypad lake near intersection of Cedar Lane Rd and US 1 - I believe this is a first record for Lee County; very abundant, probably many more at the lake. Male photographed in this image
|Photo 24 by: Ali Iyoob, Matt Daw, Dan Irizarry |
Comment: Richmond; C, 2011-05-05, McKinney Lake Fish Hatchery
|Photo 25 by: Randy Emmitt |
Comment: Scotland County, 2007-06-16, Sandhills Game Land, female
|Photo 26 by: Signa Williams |
Comment: Gates, 2005-05-30, female, Merchants Millpond State Park - Upper Millpond on lilypads.
|Photo 27 by: Signa Williams, Floyd Williams |
Comment: Gates, 2005-05-30, Merchants Millpond State Park - Upper Millpond on lilypads. Several present. Male and female both photographed.