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Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2006-06-29 Beth Brinson 1 Haywood Community College Sight
2 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2007-06-09 Beth Brinson 1 Haywood Community College Sight
3 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2007-07-08 Beth Brinson 2 Haywood Community College Sight
4 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2007-07-14 Beth Brinson 1 Haywood Community College Sight
5 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2011-06-08 Vin Stanton, Doug Johnston 15 imaged at Lake Junaluska and seen at Haywood Community College - M & F Photo online
6 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2019-07-09 Vin Stanton, David Heavner 3 Lake Junaluska and stream below dam - Male and Female Sight
7 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2006-06-15 Beth Brinson 1 Private pond Sight
8 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2007-05-28 Beth Brinson 1 Private pond Sight
9 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 2011-06-11 Doug Johnston 1 Road to Max Patch and Harmon Den Photo
10 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 1954-08-30 M. J. Westfall 3 sex=2 F 1M, city=Waynesville, habitat=Lake Junaluska, source=MINTER J. WESTFALL JR. COLLECTION-FSCA Collect
11 Eastern Forktail [Ischnura verticalis] Haywood 1954-08-25 M. J. Westfall 1 sex=MALE, city=Waynesville, habitat=Lake Junaluska, source=MINTER J. WESTFALL JR. COLLECTION-FSCA Collect