Blue-faced Meadowhawk

Species caption line: Col 1: Species common name (followed by scientific name). Col 2: Length (in inches; M and F if different) Col 3: Flight season (followed by relative abuldance. Row 2: Habitat.

Place name abbreviations: MPEA - Middle Patuxent Environment Area; PRSP - Patuxent River State Park; PVSP - Patapsco River Valley State Park; WMA - Wildlife Management Area.

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Species common name
Scientific name
Length (in inches; M and F if different) Flight season
Relative abundance
Habitat.


Blue-faced Meadowhawk
Sympetrum ambiguum
1.2-1.5" E-Jun – L-Oct
Uncommon.
Habitat: Temporary or permanent ponds (w/ fluctuating levels), intermittent streams.
Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
October 3, 2013
Race Road, PVSP
Linda Hunt

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
August 30, 2008
Meadowbrook Park
Richard Orr

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
September 15, 2009
Centennial Park
Bonnie Ott

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
October 3, 2013
Race Road, PVSP
Linda Hunt

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
October 30, 2012
Fox Chase
Bonnie Ott

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M)

Male
2003
Howard County
June Tveekrem

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (M hamules)

Male (hamules)
August 22, 2011
Waterford Farm
Wes Earp