The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina
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North Carolina's 187 Odonate species
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Once on a species account page, clicking on the "View PDF" link will show the flight data for that species, for each of the three regions of the state.
Other information, such as high counts and earliest/latest dates, can also been seen on the PDF page.

Band-winged Meadowhawk - Sympetrum semicinctum View 124
Banded Pennant - Celithemis fasciata View 88
Banner Clubtail - Hylogomphus apomyius View 29
Bar-winged Skimmer - Libellula axilena View 100
Beaverpond Clubtail - Phanogomphus borealis View 20
Belle's Sanddragon - Progomphus bellei View 44
Big Bluet - Enallagma durum View 160
Black Saddlebags - Tramea lacerata View 129
Black-shouldered Spinyleg - Dromogomphus spinosus View 9
Black-tipped Darner - Aeshna tuberculifera View 46
Blackwater Bluet - Enallagma weewa View 167
Blackwater Clubtail - Gomphurus dilatatus View 13
Blue Corporal - Ladona deplanata View 112
Blue Dasher - Pachydiplax longipennis View 116
Blue-faced Meadowhawk - Sympetrum ambiguum View 120
Blue-fronted Dancer - Argia apicalis View 146
Blue-ringed Dancer - Argia sedula View 148
Blue-tipped Dancer - Argia tibialis View 145
Brook Snaketail - Ophiogomphus aspersus View 38
Brown Spiketail - Cordulegaster bilineata View 192
Burgundy Bluet - Enallagma dubium View 159