Observation of the Week: lyre-tipped spreadwing

This week's feature is a lyre-tipped spreadwing, photographed and logged by iNaturalist user stjayaaa near Vernon, BC. This species often selects wetlands that dry up during summers months, and they are also very adept at colonizing new and artificial wetlands.

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This was our last Project Dragonfly Observation of the Week for 2022. Thank you to everyone who has joined this project! It has grown to over 300 members and 213 species of dragonfly and damselfly were observed. Citizen science helps wildlife and so does habitat conservation! Learn how you can help save nature's dragonfly nurseries.

dragonfly by stjayaaa

Publicado por e_ouimet e_ouimet, 02 de septiembre de 2022

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