Argia (odonate)

Abundance: 0.37 to 63.68% (median 10.52%)

Latitudinal range: -29.4° to 49.1°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (2), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (3), temperate coniferous forest (1), temperate upland river (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (7), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (8), tropical/subtropical savanna (3), tropical/subtropical upland river (5)

Found in 30 samples

Brazil: Aquidaban River, Lajeado da Gringa, Nova Nazaré (degraded), Nova Nazaré (preserved), Barro Branco and Acará streams, Querência (upstream), AM 010 Km 37 – Ramal Toca do Leão, Córrego das Pedras (malaise trap), Manaus (preserved), Manaus (intermediate), Manaus (degraded), Itatira

Canada: Waverley (1947), Cultus Lake

Colombia: Centro Agropecuario Cotové, Quebrada San Isidro (PC1), Charcas Reserva, Quebrada San Isidro (PC3)

Costa Rica: Tropical Research Station La Gamba (ca2)

Mexico: River Coatán (untreated, 2001), Rio Pinolapa (autumn), Estanzuela, El Ticuiz (spring 1), San Javier, La Antigua River (forest), Sierra of Huautla Biosphere Reserve

Panama: La Chorrera

United States: Enoree River Basin, Zekiah Swamp Run, Breton Bay

See also Argia adamsi, Argia anceps, Argia aniceps, Argia bicellulata, Argia carlcooki, Argia emma, Argia extranea, Argia fissa, Argia fumipennis, Argia harknessi, Argia hinei, Argia indicatrix, Argia indocilis, Argia lacrimans, Argia lilacina, Argia modesta, Argia mollis, Argia oculata, Argia oenea, Argia orichalcea, Argia pallens, Argia pulla, Argia reclusa, Argia sabino, Argia sedula, Argia sp., Argia sp. 1, Argia sp. 2, Argia sp. 3, Argia sp. 4, Argia sp. 5, Argia sp. 6, Argia talamanca, Argia tezpi, Argia tinctipennis, Argia ulmeca