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April 2013 - Striped Meadowhawk Dragonfly
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Striped Meadowhawk Dragonfly, Sympetrum pallipes
Striped Meadowhawk Dragonfly, Sympetrum pallipes

This beautiful insect is found from British Columbia, east to Alberta and south down to Texas. Males are distinguished by their red abdomens and stripes. Females are more of a yellow-orange colour. The Striped Meadowhawk breeds in ponds and wetlands and feeds on flies and mosquitoes that are foraged in meadows.

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