Distribution, Status and Ecology of Cordulegaster sayi Selys in Georgia, USA (Odonata: Cordulegastridae)

@inproceedings{Stevenson2009DistributionSA,
  title={Distribution, Status and Ecology of Cordulegaster sayi Selys in Georgia, USA (Odonata: Cordulegastridae)},
  author={Dirk J. Stevenson and Giff Beaton and Matt Elliott},
  year={2009}
}
Cordulegaster sayi is one of the most poorly known dragonfly species of the southeastern United States. Over a 13-year period (1996–2008), we documented C. sayi from 17 sites in 11 counties in southern Georgia, including nymph collections. At 11 (65%) sites, nymph habitat consisted of mucky seepages at the base of the slopes of xeric sandhills; at the remaining six sites, the habitat consisted of seepages on the slopes of steep hardwood bluffs above major streams (or within ravines associated… CONTINUE READING

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