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Desert Forktail - near its northeastern range limits in central Kansas. - Ischnura barberi - male

Desert Forktail - near its northeastern range limits in central Kansas. - Ischnura barberi - Male
Quivira National WIldlife Refuge, Big Salt Marsh, Stafford County, Kansas, USA
September 16, 2005
The Desert Forktail is a southwestern species that extends as far northeast as near Lincoln, Nebraska. It seems to prefer alkaline/saline habitats. In Nebraska and Kansas, it is restricted to salt marshes; in Nebraska, the marshes near Lincoln, and in Kansas, the marshes in Pratt and Stafford counties in central Kansas.

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