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If you stride out you can miss so much wildlife as you walk around Loch Kinord, barely seeing some ducks and the odd glimpse of a damselfly or butterfly.…

In many ways this could be considered to be the most typical British damselfly. It shares its blue and black colouration with several other species. It can be…

Morning folks! I've had a lovely, long birthday weekend. Got some of the slate laid down in my garden (thanks to my boys for their hard work), built some…

A type of damselfly Banded Demoiselle, Calopteryx splendens . I believe that these are all males as the females are more green in colour.

I came home from shopping today and found this little damselfly in our porch. Here it is seen looking out of the window. Given that chance it soon flew away -…

Found this dead in my garden, not the first one strangely, on closer inspection he looks to have lossed a leg or two. Its a tough world out there

These beautiful little blue damselflies (they're related to, but different species then, dragonflies) are all over the Maryland state parks. From what I can…

Besides the damsel flies, I don't know what these are… perhaps my friend Ricky could help with the rest. Not particularly cheerful music, but I'm not feeling…

Calopteryx virgo meridionalis aka Beautiful Demoiselle (male blue) Female (green) I still don't have the answer to my question..why are they named caballitos…

Calopteryx virgo meridionalis aka Beautiful Demoiselle (male blue) Female (green) In spanish, they call these caballitos del diablo azul, which means (Blue…

Platycnemis acutipennis aka Orange Featherleg Sometimes is hard to see them. I really like the last one because of its texture!;)
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