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1 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2015-08-02 George Andrews 36 Cane Creek Park lake. Sight
2 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2015-07-26 George Andrews 30 Cane Creek Park lake Sight
3 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2017-08-21 George Andrews 25 Cane Creek Park lake marsh - All males. Sight
4 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-07-26 George Andrews 20 Cane Creek Park lake - late morning -NO Orange Bluets, NO Two-striped Forceptails Sight
5 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-08-26 George Andrews 20 Cane Creek Park lake Sight
6 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-07-16 George Andrews 18 Cane Creek Park lake - Highest count for me at this site Sight
7 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-08-24 George Andrews 18 Cane Creek Park lake - windy afternoon. - concentration in small cove Sight
8 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-05-17 George Andrews 8 Cane Creek Park prairie restoration area - concentrated in/around blackberry bushes Photo
9 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2013-08-07 George Andrews 6 Cane Creek Park lake (Union County) 09:30-11:30 - Males in marsh Sight
10 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2019-07-19 Rick Cheicante 6 Cane Creek Park lakeshore Sight
11 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2013-09-03 George Andrews 5 From kayak. - 3 male, 2 female Sight
12 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2013-07-23 George Andrews 4 Cane Creek Park (Union County) Sight
13 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-07-15 George Andrews 4 Cane Creek Park lake Sight
14 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-05-19 George Andrews 3 Cane Creek Park lake. Sight
15 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-06-30 George Andrews 3 Cane Creek Park lake Sight
16 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-07-02 George Andrews 3 Cane Creek Park lake. Sight
17 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2013-08-06 George Andrews 2 Cane Creek Park lake (Union County) - Overcast, 70-75°, not much flying except 2 unidentified Cruisers. - Males in marsh. Sight
18 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2015-05-18 George Andrews 2 Cane Creek Park west end Sight
19 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2016-07-18 Mike Turner 2 Salem Cr @ SR 1006 (Olive Branch Rd) Sight
20 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 1984-08-03 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Monroe, directions=east on Rt 74, habitat=Richardson Creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
21 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 1986-06-26 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Monroe, habitat=Richardson Creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
22 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2005-04-28 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=FEMALE, city=Fairview, directions=3.5 ml E, habitat=Crooked Creek, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
23 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-05-21 George Andrews 1 Cane Creek Park lake - Male in marsh. Sight
24 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-06-29 George Andrews 1 Cane Creek Park lake - Female perched on lakeside shrub for over an hour. Sight
25 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-07-14 George Andrews 1 Cane Creek Park dam and fields Sight
26 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Union 2014-08-23 George Andrews 1 Cane Creek Park - late afternoon - female Sight