Notes on the Odonates of NC
11 records
Common Name County Date Observer(s) Number Comments Record Type
1 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2018-08-10 Mark Shields, Cathy Songer 7 Lumber River, from Fair Bluff Boating Access Area to 8 km upstream, by kayak Photo
2 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2018-07-15 Mark Shields 8 Lumber River, from Fair Bluff Boating Access Area to South Carolina line, by kayak Photo
3 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2017-05-28 Conrad Wernett, Alyssa Wernett 1 - Lake Waccamaw. One male just below spillway Sight
4 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2017-05-17 Mark Shields 3 Lumber River; LURI Princess Ann Access to Fair Bluff Boating Access Area by kayak Sight
5 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2016-08-27 Mark Shields 2 Lumber River, between Boardman Boating Access and Lumber River State Park Princess Ann Access Photo
6 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2015-09-19 Mark Shields 2 Lumber River upstream from Fair Bluff Photo
7 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2015-09-10 John Petranka, Sally Gewalt 1 Lumber River at Fair Bluff along ca. 0.6 mile River Walk boardwalk. - Male. Photo
8 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2015-09-05 Mark Shields 2 Waccamaw River - along 4 km stretch upstream of NC 904 bridge Photo
9 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2015-08-01 Mark Shields 2 Lake Waccamaw State Park - male photographed; female seen ovipositing in Waccamw River just below dam Photo
10 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus 2015-06-28 Conrad Wernett, Alyssa Wernett 4+ - Four netted, many more seen in the Waccamaw River below Lake Waccamaw Photo online
11 Dragonhunter [Hagenius brevistylus] Columbus ? Duncan Cuyler 1 Donnelly, T.W. 2004. Distribution of North American Odonata. Part I, Part II and Part III d