The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina
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Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Autumn Meadowhawk [Sympetrum vicinum] Chatham 2014-11-12 John Petranka 12 Jordan Lake Educational State Forest. Pond near parking area. - 9 males, 3 females including 3 tandem pairs. Photo
2 Autumn Meadowhawk [Sympetrum vicinum] Chatham 1990-10-16 R. Duncan Cuyler 2 Male=2, directions=Sec. Rd. #1008, habitat=Cub Creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
3 Autumn Meadowhawk [Sympetrum vicinum] Chatham 1984-10-19 R. Duncan Cuyler 3 sex=2 F 1M, directions=Rt. 751, 2.7 miles south of, habitat=Jordan Lake, addl_habitat=northeast creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
4 Autumn Meadowhawk [Sympetrum vicinum] Chatham 1984-11-10 R. Duncan Cuyler 2 sex=MALE& FEMALE, directions=Rt. 751, 2.7 miles south of, habitat=Jordan Lake, addl_habitat=northeast creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
5 Autumn Meadowhawk [Sympetrum vicinum] Chatham 1983-07-02 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Pittsboro, directions=6 miles south on Rt. 15-501, habitat=Rocky River, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect