Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Dragonfly images requested!

Last year marked the final season of the three-year statewide Ohio Dragonfly Survey. A major byproduct of that massive census will be a comprehensive guide to Ohio's damselflies and dragonflies. It will feature photographs for each species, and we have been able to drum up good imagery for most species. But not all. To that end, we are soliciting quality photographs of the missing species to assist in completing this epic citizen science project.

MaLisa Spring, coordinator of the Ohio Dragonfly Survey, has written a post about photo needs, which includes a "wish list" of missing species. I know many fine photographers read this blog - thank you! - and if you would be willing to help, please see Malisa's post RIGHT HERE.

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