This is a green-eyed hawker video from Germany.
25 butterfly species, and 35 dragonfly and damselfly species were found.
Among the dragonfly species is the green-eyed hawker; it expanded its range recently, which may be a good sign of improving water quality.
Dutch dragonflies and damselflies in November: here.
Dutch dragonflies in 2015: here.
November 2013. The flight season timing of a wide variety of butterflies is responsive to temperature and could be altered by climate change, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia (UBC) that leverages more than a century’s worth of museum and weather records: here.
- Butterflies, dragonflies, abandoned church in Italy (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Let Me Fly (littlefunkyflames.wordpress.com)
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- Dragonflies of the La Brea Tar Pits (tarpitbonebox.com)
- Seasonal Observations: Kale-Eating Dragonflies (thewellnessalmanac.com)
- I’ve got a dragonfly! by Wild Bird Nobby (500px.com)
- My Muse (findingmypathblog.com)
- The love bugs: Adorable damselflies HOLD HANDS as they rest on a flower (dailymail.co.uk)
- Slender Spreadwing Damselfly (michaelqpowell.wordpress.com)
- An Afternoon in Search of Dragonflies Part 1 (dragongardens.wordpress.com)