Green Dragon

Green Dragon

Erythemis vesiculosa (Great Pondhawk)
The Great Pondhawk (Erythemis vesiculosa) is a widespread species occurrying from the southern U.S. south to Argentina. In the U.S. is is not usually abundant, but occurs from Florida westward into Texas and occasionally New Mexico. It has been recorded as far north as Missouri and Kansas.

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Wings of Lace

Wings of Lace

The dragonfly’s wings of lace…

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Hanging On

Hanging On

The dragonfly clings to a twig…

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Ruby Meadowhawk Dragonfly

Ruby Meadowhawk Dragonfly

Family: Libellulidae (Skimmers)
Species: Sympetrum rubicundulum

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The Eye of the Dragon

The Eye of the Dragon

Looking into the eyes of a dragonfly…Some of you may remember a while back I told you of a dragonfly that let me pet him…this is the same dragonfly I spent the afternoon with.

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Built for Speed in Flight

Built for Speed in Flight

The dragonfly is the fastest of all flying insects…they’re amazing and mythical looking creatures! This one actually allowed me to pet him and when I first touched him he turned his head and looked at me with those big fascinating eyes.

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Lotus Bud and Visitor

Lotus Bud and Visitor

A fattening lotus bud with a dragonfly on it… I couldn’t id this dragonfly or damselfly, if you can please let me know…Thanks!

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The Dragon

The Dragon

Well, I have been trying all morning to ID this dragonfly with no luck…If you can ID it please let me know, Thanks!

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Touch and Go

Touch and Go

I had been watching this dragonfly hoping he would land on these flowers near me, so I was ready when touched down for only a second and was gone.

Dragonflies are the world’s fastest insects and, although estimates of their speed vary wildly, most credible authorities say they are capable of reaching speeds of between 30 and 60 km/h (19 to 38 mph). A study showed that dragonflies can travel as much as 85 miles in one day.

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Loco Motion

Loco Motion

The blazing speed of a dragonfly in flight…

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