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Brit. Dragonfly Soc
British Dragonfly Society (BDS) - conserving dragonflies, damselflies and their wetland habitats since 1983.
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David Rees Roberts 4h
Not only have I JUST found the 1st willow emerald recorded on East Wretham Heath, there were 5 of them, 4 mating!!
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Darren Bast 21h
A bit of mistaken identity Common darter male on migrant hawker female...on my girlfriends arm!
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc 3h
Help keep the world around you green and clean this and beyond.
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Darren Bast 21h
An artistic one, messing around with my G80 exposure compensation Willow emerald
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc 4h
Possibly not the best spot to choose!
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 23
Out and about this weekend? Get the iRecord Dragonflies App and record your sightings instantly
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Reefpaths Sep 22
We’ve shared some lovely Summer moments on inc seeing this magnificent Four-Spotted Chaser
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Kevin Sep 22
Willow Emerald Damselfly quite a few around in the sunshine today
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Pond man Sep 16
Another photo of a dragonfly nymph....in a kingfishers beak! At Lackford Lakes
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
That's a Migrant Hawker (male). Common Hawker isn't often seen away from moorlands and similar very-wild places.
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Tom Parsons Sep 20
Southern hawkers, migrant hawkers, common blue and emerald damselflies all on the wing at Meeth today.
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
Replying to @frothelhorse
Common Darter. Easiest feature in a photo is the legs - there's a yellow stripe down each leg whereas Ruddy's legs are all black.
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
Classic is a black darter hiding from the rain, taken today by our Conservation Officer @ Fenn's & Whixall Moss
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
Yes, Large Red Damselfly. Generally the first UK species to emerge in spring.
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
Replying to @ClairePercyP
Yes, that's a Southern Hawker (male).
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Kevin Sep 22
Migrant Hawkers bit of a struggle getting a shot of these two
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Kent Dragonflies Sep 22
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
Well done Jack - a nice photo of two egg-laying Common Darters!
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 22
The weekend is here! Celebrate with a Golden-ringed Dragonfly Golden Ale from and 10p will go to the BDS win
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Sep 21
Willow Emerald Damselflies are spreading across England- help track them by joining the Willow Emerald Watch!
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