Friday, 15 July 2016

White-legged Damsels.

I have previously posted images here of immature White-legged Damselflies (Platycnemis pennipes) and on my main blog that I discovered last month close to Flag Pond on my local woodland butterfly transect. 

Today I finally managed to find both the adult forms resting in the grassy area close to the muddy pond.

 An adult female (above) and the adult male (below).


  1. Great shots - I miss being able to ID the dragons and damsels we have here, so many species, it makes it a rather specialist task.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne


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