The Dragonflies and Damselflies of North Carolina
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Notes on the Odonates of NC
Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2011-07-23 Curtis Smalling 75 along the south fork of the New River upstream from Todd - lots ovipositing Photo online
2 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2019-08-08 Mark Shields 6 Boone Fork Trail, Julian Price Park, Blue Ridge Parkway Photo
3 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2019-06-24 John Petranka 2 Boone Fork, Julian Price Park, Blue Ridge Parkway. In marshy area along Boone Fork Trail 0.36 miles north of the picnic area footbridge. - Males. Along Boone Fork. Photo
4 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2015-06-30 John Petranka, Sally Gewalt 2 New River at Green Valley Community Park near Todd, NC. - Males. Photo
5 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2011-07-19 Curtis and Mary Smalling 125 observed near Todd upstream about a mile - There were amazing numbers on rocks and debris in the river, most in wheel Photo online
6 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2016-08-22 John Petranka, Sally Gewalt 2 South Fork of the New River. Along Roby Green Road 0.9 miles NW of its junction with Locust Hill Road. Males. Photo. Photo
7 Powdered Dancer [Argia moesta] Watauga 2011-08-13 Curtis Smalling 85 while floating and walking the south fork of the New River upstream from Todd. - still abundant when water levels are low, pairs in wheel and ovipositing on exposed algae covered rocks. Sight