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I think the brown color is a faded red.
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Wind gusting 74; rain; low 15; high 27.
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Jacy Lucier

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about 4cm long
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Wind east 50 km/h; wet; low 20; high 30.
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Jacy Lucier
Over 50 freshly emerged, hanging on to dead pine limbs. Wind west 30; low 15; high 21.
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Emerging fom nymph. Wind west 30; low 15; high 21.
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Jacy Lucier
Wind west 30; low 17; high 26.
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Female in strawberry. Wind east 20; low 17; high 27.
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Jacy Lucier
First dragonfly sightings of the spring. Body about 4cm long.
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Distinguished by the brown band extending out from the hindwing, and red/brown on wing tips. Probably a Eastern Band-winged Meadowhawk (Sympetrum semicinctum semicinctum)
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Dull brown body with some yellow/brown spots, couldn't determine species.
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Two dragonflies mating, one is red and the other green/yellow.
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This one is a female,they have dull brown/black bodies and browish wings and glistening white spots near wing tip
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This one is a male, they have metallic blue-green bodies and black wings.
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Near large pond and woods
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This one is a femaile, more orange/yellow color on abdomen, males are red.
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Males have red heart-shaped triangle markings on the dorsal side of the abdomen, females are more yellow/orange.Wings have red areas on the tip, middle,and one large area close to the body.
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This is an immature male.
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Similar to common whitetail but lacks large wing band.
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Golden brown colour and the four spots on the wings
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Probably a cardinal meadowhawk from the red body and eyes. Very common throughout Nova Scotia. Was about 7cm long.
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Was about 7cm long.
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Very large, about 8cm long. This one has yellow/green variable color blothches, I guess that's why it's named 'variable'.
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Dark blue body and black head. Fair size, body about 5-6cm long
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The iridescent greenish (or bluish) body color and plain black wings makes it a male.
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Female is usually a darker brown-black (male green or blue), black wings have a white pseudostigma on the wing tips, males lack the white tip.
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