Deep in to the forest I run. To the gloominess I stop. There I find the peace I look for. That is the place where I am tranquil. No need to see too far. Just focus on the events nearby. No need to cross bridges when they are not in sight. Just take care of the moments at hand, troubles that are present. That's how you survive. That's how you thrive!
This large brownish dragonfly has distinctive markings on the wings. It is the largest emerald, the body length varying from 2.3 to 3.1 inches. Due to its markings on the wings, it may be confused with the twelve-spotted skimmer, except it has no white on its wings. Their mating and egg-laying habits are like other Epitheca species. . . .