Striped Meadowhawk, Sympetrum pallipes, in Pinal Co.: new late flying date for Arizona

November 7, 2010
Location: Kelvin Bridge

The Striped Meadowhawk, Sympetrum pallipes, in Arizona is usually found at middle to high elevations and is known to fly from June to October (Paulson 2009). On 7 November 2010 a mature male was found at Kelvin Bridge along the Gila River (elevation: 536 m). This observation provides a new late flying date for the species in the state.

  • News: Striped Meadowhawk, <em>Sympetrum pallipes</em>, in Pinal Co.: new late flying date for Arizona
    Striped Meadowhawk, Male, Kelvin Bridge, Pinal, AZ, 7 November 2010
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