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Dragon/Damselflies of Suffolk


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I love these. On the odd occasion we get one in the garden and they fascinate me. I once watched one near my conifer hedge waiting for insects to come up. It was like a Spitfire homing in on a 109. I have never been able to photograph one

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Large Red Damselfly.jpgLarge red Damselfly..jpgLarge Red Damselfly...jpgNaughty Large Red's.jpgClose up Red Damsel Fly.jpgWhat a fly see's.jpg

Here is one for you Tarkey all of one species The Large Red Damsel Fly

No.1 The Large Red Damsel Fly
No.2   "      "       "       "       "
No.3   "      "       "       "       "
No.4 Naughty Large red Damsel Flys
No.5 Close up of the business end.
No.6 What the fly see's just before he's lunch



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A few more.

No.1 Black Tailed Skimmer (Female)
No.2    "        "         "       (Male   )
No.3 Common Darter        (Male   )
No.4 Common Darter        (Female)
No.5 Close up of Common Darter (Female)
No.6    "     "    "      "           "      ( Male  )
No.7 No the close up photos were not taken with a close up lenz you can get close to anything in nature with patience and the know how, ask my friend Robert who was my teacher and is trying to get this Common Darter up his nose. Just in case any of you dont know just click on the thumb nail photo to enlarge it.
Know how (Robert).jpgClose up (M).jpgClose up (F).jpgCommon Darter (F).jpgCommon Darter (M).jpgBlack Tailed Skimmer (M).jpgBlack Tailed Skimmer (F).jpg



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A few of the common Dragonflies around Suffolk

No.1 Broad Bodied Chaser (Female)
No.2    "          "         2     (Male   )
No.3 Four Spotted Chaser
No.4 Hairy Dragonfly
No.5 Migrant Hawker
No.6 Southern Hawker

Broad Bodied Chaser (F).jpgBroad bodied Chaser (M).jpgFour Spotted Chaser.jpgHairy Dragonfly.jpgMigrant Hawker.jpgSouthern Hawker.jpg



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