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The Eastern Shore of Maryland with Ed Boyd, Jim Brighton, Matt Hafner, Hans Holbrook, and Jim Stasz. Last updated: 7/15/2007.

Above and below three: A new species for Maryland, a Duckweed Firetail in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007). Jim Brighton, Jim Stasz, and Hans Holbrook discovered this species in Maryland on 7/14. We returned today to further document them.

Below two: A King's Hairstreak in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007). This endangered species is very rare and local in Maryland.

Below five: An Atlantic Bluet in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007). This is one of very few documented records of this species in Maryland. Examination via microscope further confirmed the identification.

Below three: Little Blue Herons in eclipse plumage at West Ocean City Pond, Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: This one just caught a Bullfrog tadpole.

Below: Adult Little Blue Herons at West Ocean City Pond (7/15/2007).

Below: A Furtive Forktail in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A blue-form female Blue-tipped Dancer in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A very unexpected (and pleasant) surprise - a Checkered White in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A male Azure Bluet in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A Cyrano Darner in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A female Twelve-spotted Skimmer in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A beautiful, but slightly worn Comet Darner in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007). Definitely one of my favorite odes.

Below: A female Lilypad Forktail in Wicomico Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

Below: A singing male Dickcissel in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland (7/15/2007).

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