The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina
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Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2016-08-26 Mark Shields 2 Northeast Cape Fear River, Kenansville Boating Access Photo online
2 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2017-05-27 Mark Shields 3 Northeast Cape Fear River between Chinquapin Boat Access and Wayne's Landing Boat Access, by kayak Sight
3 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2017-09-03 Mark Shields 3 Northeast Cape Fear River, Kenansville Boating Access Area Photo
4 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2017-09-04 Mark Shields 7 Northeast Cape Fear River, from Chinquapin Boating Access Area to 4.25 km upstream by kayak Photo
5 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2017-09-08 Mark Shields 1 Northeast Cape Fear River at Wayne's Landing Boating Access Photo
6 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 2017-09-24 Mark Shields 8 Northeast Cape Fear River, from Chinquapin Boating Access Area to 3 km upstream and 1 km downstream, by kayak Photo
7 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 1973-06-25 R. Duncan Cuyler 3 Female=3, city=Chinquapin, directions=Rt. 41-50, habitat=NE Cape Fear River, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
8 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Duplin 1994-09-11 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=MALE, city=Chinquapin, directions=west on Rt. 41-50, habitat=NE Cape Fear River, source=R DUNCAN CUYLER COLLECTION-IORI Collect