Today, Dutch conservation Landschap Overijssel reports that a rare species, the northern emerald dragonfly, has been found reproducing in Wierdense Veld nature reserve.
Probably, these insects have benefited from a higher water level in the reserve.
Beautiful diaphanous wings 😀
Yes, and beautiful green eyes. This species is special, as it needs a (rare) wet peaty environment.
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