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Dragonfly and Damselfly Sightings 2011.
Topic Started: May 7 2011, 01:02 AM (774 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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At North Anston today...

Large Red Damselfly
Common Blue Damselfly
Blue Tailed Damselfly
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Golden-Ringed Dragonfly in my garden today :fingerscrossed:

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:wow2: terrific photos Lavendergirl :clap3:

The species is actually a Southern Hawker Aeshna cyanea
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:thankyou: For the Id Dave
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:clap5: Fantastic :photo: Lavendergirl.
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:wow: Great photos Lavendergirl :cool1:
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:wow2: brilliant photos Lavendergirl.
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Some good odonata sp at Attenborough today...

Common Blue Damselfly
Blue-tailed Damselfly
Azure Damselfly
Banded Demoiselle
Common Hawker
Brown Hawker

Possible female Variable Damselfly to id.
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:wow2: brilliant photos Lavendergirl what a fantastic sighting to get in your garden! :clap5:
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Common hawker high over the garden this morning
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Common hawker over Belper today
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What looked like a Souther hawker darting around Belper town centre this morning
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Southern hawker darting around the front today.
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Southern hawker at Drum hill yesterday.
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Common hawker near Morrisons this morning
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Common blue damselfly at Brierley park today
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Southern hawker over the garden this afternoon
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Southern hawker at Loscoe this morning
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Southern hawker at Wyver lane yesterday.
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Southern hawker over the back garden this morning
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