Seepage Dancer

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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Seepage Dancer
Argia bipunctual
M: 1.0-1.2" F: 1.0-1.2" 10 Jun — 23 Aug
Very local
Habitat: Sunlit bogs; small populations at small sunlit seepages. Small lakes/ponds. Marshy edges and wet grassy areas. Almost never perches on ground.
Seepage Dancer (M)

M and F (tandem)
June 5, 2013
Elkridge
Bonnie Ott

Seepage Dancer (M)

Male
June 8, 2013
Gateway Business Park
Linda Hunt

Seepage Dancer (M)

Male
September 21, 2013
Rockburn Branch Park
Bonnie Ott

Seepage Dancer (M)

Male
August 16, 2003
Coco Cola Drive
June Tveekrem

Seepage Dancer (M)

Male
September 1, 1997
Wesley Lane
Bob Solem

Seepage Dancer (F)

Female
June 14, 1998
Wesley Lane
Bob Solem

Seepage Dancer (F)

Female
June 14, 1998
Wesley Lane
Bob Solem