Variegated Meadowhawk’s are dragonflies that can be found throughout the southern part of Canada, into the United States and Mexico. They are common and widespread, seen around the edges of lakes, ponds, or wetlands. They are active from spring through autumn. I found this Variegated Meadowhawk last summer in northern Arizona.
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Oh! Oh! One of these landed on our fence post last summer! I thought some child had spilled glitter on it’s wings, I kid you not. It was a glitter-glam dragonfly!
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