Cochran Shoals – Butterflies, Dragonflies, and a Skink

April 19, 2012 at 6:26 pm (Atlanta, Butterflies, National Parks, Nature, Photography, Wildlife) (, , , , , , , )

I couldn't find what species of dragonfly this is. So I ordered a dragonfly identification book for future reference.

This is part 2 of my Cochran Shoals trip this week.  These images focus on butterflies, dragonflies, and a skink with a bright blue tail.  That’s a new one for me!  

Five-lined skink

Spiderwort

American Painted Lady

Red Admiral

Duskywing

Whitetail dragonfly

Honeysuckle - such sweet perfume

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3 Comments

  1. Bob Zeller said,

    I don’t know much about dragonflies or butterflies, but I do know that you have some excellent photos here of both.

  2. Jim Miller said,

    Beautiful work as always, Cindy. I’m reasonably certain that your unknown dragonfly at the top is a female Common Whitetail.

  3. Cindy McIntyre said,

    Jim – you’re right, it’s a female common whitetail. Thanks!

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