Nebraska Dragonflies and Damselflies
The Golden-winged Skimmer male has an orange face, stigma, wing veins and abdomen. In females and young males, those areas are yellow and there are two stripes on each side of the thorax. They perch on weed tips at water's edge. It has been found only once in Cherry County in September of 1960.
Size: 51-58 mm (2.0-2.3 in)
Habitat: grassy ponds and lakes
Great Plains Range: TX, OK, NE
Flight season: ?
Green indicates accepted county record (specimen or photograph).
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