Female Amanda’s Pennant

October 8th, 2012 - 9:07 PM | Filed under Featured Photos | 3 Comments

~30mm long | August 22, 2012 | Allen David Broussard Catfish Creek Preserve, Haines City, Fl, USA

A female Amanda’s Pennant, Celithemis amanda, perches along a sandy trail in a relatively unvisited state park.

Subjects: Dragonflies and Insects.
Places: Florida, North America, and United States.
Life Stages: Adult.
Sexes: Female.
Taxa: Class Insecta and Order Odonata.
Colors: Black, Brown, Red, Transparent, and Yellow.

3 Responses to “Female Amanda’s Pennant”

  1. I’ve been there myself – spent several hours hiking the trails and never saw a soul!

  2. Jon Quist says:

    Nice picture, Troy. Dragons can be tricky to approach. This is a beauty!

    • Troy Bartlett says:

      Thanks, Jon. This one kept returning to the same low perch, so I took advantage of that behavior and waited above the perch.

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