Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Black-winged Dragonet

Back up from the creek, we found a Black-winged Dragonlet along the Calle Loro roadside. This species is an uncommon stray into the south-central United States. Its main range is from Mexico and Central America south to Colombia and Ecuador. Adult Black-winged Dragonlets aestivate during the dry season. With the rains, they move from forests to open ponds (Odonata Central).

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