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Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 2012-05-26 Doug Johnston 1 Mt Mitchell area Photo
2 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 1980-08-19 R. Duncan Cuyler 2 sex=MALE& FEMALE, city=Burnsville, directions=4 miles south on Nc Rt 197, addl_habitat=marsh pond, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
3 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 1995-08-27 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=FEMALE, city=Burnsville, directions=Rt. 197, 8 miles S of Jct. Rt., addl_habitat=pond, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
4 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 1989-08-05 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Pensacola, source=R DUNCAN CUYLER COLLECTION-FSCA Collect
5 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 1980-08-19 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Pensacola, directions=5 ml north on Rt 197, addl_habitat=pond, source=R DUNCAN CUYLER COLLECTION-FSCA Collect
6 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 2017-06-29 John Petranka, Sally Gewalt 3 Cane River Park west of Burnsville. Small pond near the parking area. - 1 male, 2 females. Photo
7 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Yancey 2021-05-24 John Petranka, Jim Petranka, Becky Elkin 1 Along Cane River south of Burnsville. - Male. Photo online