To create a species list by county webpage, I am going to try to break them down by regions. -MaLisa
Southwest: Jim Lemon (email@example.com)
Background: Jim grew up on the banks of South Turkeyfoot Creek, a major tributary to the Maumee. He has been fascinated by nature since he turned over his first rock. Jim studied Entomology at OSU, hoping to work in the field, but never got away from the university, retiring in 2012. Now he spends time being an entomologist volunteering – he gives talks and leads tours at Cedar Bog SNP and other natural areas, he is an OCVN, and he co-chairs the Urbana Tree Commission. Jim hosts Moth Nights at Cedar Bog, and has been expanding the Odonata database for Champaign, Miami, Shelby, and Darke Counties.
Feel free to also reach out to MaLisa Spring (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions and concerns about the project.
SW OHIO Region Species richness by county excel (Made by Jim Lemon): D5 County Species-2aomga3
Counties in Southwestern region: (17)
A statewide species list is available as a printable all Ohio Dragonfly Checklist (as pdf or Excel) and an All Ohio Damselfly Checklist (as pdf or Excel). These can be used in the field or at home to get excited about finding other species. Think you have found a threatened or endangered species? Let us know!