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Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2003-04-24 Harry LeGrand 1 Pondberry Bay Preserve Sight
2 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2017-05-25 John Petranka 10 South River at Sloan's Bridge Boating Access Area - Both sexes. Sight
3 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2015-08-23 Mark Shields 20 Black River by kayak from Ivanhoe Boating Access to 0.5 km upstream of Dr Kerr Rd bridge Photo online
4 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2017-05-11 Mark Shields 1 South River at Sloan's Bridge Boating Access Area Sight
5 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2019-05-24 Mark Shields 18 Black River, from Ivanhoe Boating Access Area to 4.5 km upstream and back, by kayak. Sight
6 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 2017-09-02 Mike Turner 15 Blackman's Pond & Great Coharrie Creek; 35.2458, -78.4259 Sight
7 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 1993-04-23 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=FEMALE, city=Clinton, directions=north on Rt. 421, habitat=Great Coharie, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
8 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 1996-04-25 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=FEMALE, city=Clinton, directions=north on Rt. 421, habitat=Great Coharie, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect
9 Eastern Pondhawk [Erythemis simplicicollis] Sampson 1997-04-23 R. Duncan Cuyler 1 sex=FEMALE, city=Roseboro, directions=east on Rt 24, habitat=Little Ceharie, addl_habitat=marsh, source=INTERNATIONAL ODONATA RESEARCH INSTITUTE-FSCA Collect