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Common darter (sympetrum striolatum) perched on bulrush (typha latifolia).
photographed at Clanway quarry, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs., UK. 2003.
you can get a spreadsheet showing the flight periods of many UK damsels & dragons here
anisoptera, common darter, dragonflies, dragonfly, insects, invertebrates, macro, nature, odonata, wildlife, natural history, zoology, entomology, steve crompton
many thanks – this was early morning, before they’ve warmed up and are easier to approach.
– Steve Crompton
thanks for that.
Fabulous macro shot, so sharp.
many thanks – it’s much appreciated.
thanks again, Ray.
many thanks Jim, makes me happy – especially after seeing your work!
Whoah such quality! I can’t believe how clear this photo is and how well you can see the intricate patterns on it’s wings!That’s just remarkable! Great shot!
thank you very much!
Yes-quite superb capture!
thanks very much, Randi – much appreciated.
Wonderful macro shot. Great detail.