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Nice photos. It is however not Aeshna cyanea, but something from a different dragonfly family: Gomphidae and I would suggest Gomphus vulgatissimus.I am not 100% sure of my suggestion, because you might have similar species there, with which I am not familiar.
Amazing shots! I love how they look so friendly!
Lovely first picture of emerging...from Molt...
Very cool pic!! Were these raised?
Wow stoning wonderful shot :)
Welcome to Project Noah, golubvet. This is an astoundingly beautiful and moving photo.
Great photos and series!
Spotted on May 1, 2012 Submitted on Oct 6, 2012
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