Another especially noteworthy catch today was a female Cordulegaster maculata, the Twin-spotted Spiketail. I did not expect to net one flying down the middle of Embury Road. There are some nice little streams fed by these swamps, and I suspect that she was on her way to the one near the road. I also saw a couple of Spatterdock darners, Rhionaeschna mutata, but they were out of reach. I managed to net an Amber-winged spreadwing - Lestes eurinus. All of the ones I saw were in the woods, and they had obviously emerged in the last 24 hours or so.