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Genus Coryphaeschna - Pilot Darners

Maybe a Regal Darner? - Coryphaeschna ingens Maybe a Regal Darner? - Coryphaeschna ingens Coryphaeschna ingens - Regal Darner - Coryphaeschna ingens - female Coryphaeschna larva, dorsal view - Coryphaeschna ingens Regal Darner - Coryphaeschna ingens Regal Darner female ? - Coryphaeschna ingens - female Coryphaeschna adnexa - female Blue -faced Darner - Coryphaeschna adnexa
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Odonata (Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Suborder Anisoptera (Dragonflies)
Family Aeshnidae (Darners)
Genus Coryphaeschna (Pilot Darners)
Other Common Names
USE: The Odonata of North America for Common Names
USE: The Odonata of North America for Scientific Names
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Dunkle(1) includes Malachite Darner (Remartinia luteipennis) in this genus, but it is treated differently by the DSA list (BugGuide's odonate standard).
Numbers
Dragonfly Society of the Americas includes three species in this genus.
Nearctica.com lists three species in genus.
Dunkle (1) lists four species in genus.
Identification
See Dunkle, p. 35, for description of genus. (1)
Range
Southern North America into neotropics. Dunkle (1) lists three species in southeastern US and one species in southwest.
Print References
Dunkle, pp. 35-37 describes all four species in genus. (1)