I know this is poor light, but we were separated by lots of tall prickly plants!
25 July 2015: Observed a male Spot-winged Glider (Pantala hymenaea) perched (hanging vertically) from a small dried tree branch some two feet off the ground along the Cicada Trail at the Lake Lewisville Environmental Learning Area (LLELA), Lewisville, Texas.
Seen flying through trees near front entrance to gardens; perched ca. 15 ft. up in large tree, hanging body straight down.
Little Creek WMA, DE July 18, 2015
seen in front of the Dwight center in pepperwood preserve, flying over a field.
Set up the black light -- got some interesting insects attracted to it!
This large dragonfly came too... I think it's a saddlebags, but I'm really not sure...
A male Spot-winged Glider (Pantala hymenaea) perched about a foot off the ground on a small tree located next to the Cottonwood Trail.
The Spot-winged Glider (Pantala hymenaea) is a dragonfly of the family Libellulidae. It looks very much like the Wandering Glider with the addition of a basal spot on the hindwing....