Texel island damselflies and dragonflies


This video shows damselflies in high magnification. The species are blue-tailed damselfly and azure damselfly.

According to a blog post by warden Erik van der Spek on Texel island in the Netherlands, the most common Texel damselfly species are: blue-tailed damselfly, common blue damselfly, and emerald damselfly.

As for dragonflies, the most numerous species on Texel are: emperor dragonfly, black-tailed skimmer, migrant hawker, four-spotted chaser, and various Sympetrum species/

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