Photographs by Frank

30 July 2017

Calico Pennants

Filed under: Odontates,Summer,The Yard — Tags: — Frank @ 12:05 PM

Yesterday, for the first time this season, I took the “ode rig” along with me on my daily walk.*

I was rewarded with some nice photos of calico pennants (see below). The individual in the first photo is a male and the other two individuals are females; the one in the third photo is carrying a number of mites both on its abdomen and it thorax.**

In addition to the half dozen (four male and two female) calico pennants I observed, I also saw a single male meadowhawk and a number of female spreadwings.

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* There was a light overcast and the temperature was about 70 deg. F. I was out from about 1 to 3 PM.

** Something has happened to my ability to caption individual photos in the gallery. Thus, these descriptions will have to suffice.


1 Comment

  1. I do like the “Pole Vaulter” #2. Image One is sharp on the vegetation but soft on the ode.

    Looks as if you are getting your touch back. Glad to see the medical issues are not slowing you down. Hopefully, they have you rethinking how you take care of yourself!

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 2 August 2017 @ 8:01 AM

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