|The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina|
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|North Carolina's 187 Odonate species|
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|Related Species in CORDULIIDAE:||Number of records added in 2020 = 1|
Added in 2020 from previous year = 1 (1934-07-12)
|Photo Gallery for Mocha Emerald 14 photos are shown.||Other NC Galleries: Jeff Pippen Will Cook Ted Wilcox|
|Photo 1 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Alamance, 2020-07-29, Cedarock Park along Rock Creek. - Male.
|Photo 2 by: John Petranka, Sally Gewalt |
Comment: Orange, 2019-07-26, Blackwood Farm Park. Small sandy tributary feeding the pond. - Males. Perched 2-3 feet above the ground alongside small stream.
|Photo 3 by: Mike Turner |
Comment: Randolph, 2018-06-25, Haskett Creek @ North Asheboro Park
|Photo 4 by: Robert Gilson |
Comment: Mecklenburg, 2018-06-25,
|Photo 5 by: Mark Shields |
Comment: Brunswick, 2017-08-27, Ev-Henwood Nature Preserve, Winnabow - female
|Photo 6 by: F. Williams, S. Williams |
Comment: Gates, 2017-07-31, MEMI
|Photo 7 by: Conrad Wernett, Alyssa Wernett |
Comment: Columbus, 2017-05-28, - Lake Waccamaw. One male spotted in underbrush along river below spillway.
|Photo 8 by: Roger Shaw |
Comment: Durham, 2016-08-20, Flat River Impoundment
|Photo 9 by: John Petranka |
Comment: Orange, 2016-07-21, Feeding swarm in sunny residential lawn near intersection of Cedronella Dr. and Charlock Ct., Falls of New Hope neighborhood ca. 5PM. Flight photo of male.
|Photo 10 by: Robby Deans |
Comment: Beaufort, 2015-07-30, Blounts Creek
|Photo 11 by: Conrad Wernett |
Comment: Onslow, 2015-07-28, - Netted female patrolling neighbors yard.
|Photo 12 by: George Andrews |
Comment: Mecklenburg, 2013-07-08, Beatty Park from 05:30 - 07:30 PM. Skies 60/40 clear/cloud, temp. 85. 85
|Photo 13 by: Randy Emmitt |
Comment: 2003-06-15, Caswell Co., Caswell Gamelands
|Photo 14 by: George Andrews |
Comment: Union, 2013-07-23, Cane Creek Park (Union County) - Cruising clearings in berry patch, behind prairie restoration site