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Cherry-Faced Meadowhawk

Sympetrum internum


Young males and females are said to be yellow in colour. It is said that they are usually in the area (Alberta) from mid-July and August. I've lived in the area for quite a few years now and this seems to be right.


Marshes, parks and gardens. I live in a marshy area.


The Cherry-Faced Meadowhawk is hard to distinguish from the Ruby, Saffron-winged and White-faced meadowhawks.

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Alberta, Canada

Spotted on Aug 3, 2011
Submitted on Aug 15, 2011

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