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Lake near forest
Hungary, July 2006
Thanks for the link, Daniele!I hear you on the slow connection.I'm surprised mine works today.I think I got this fellow now.Thanks too, for helping, sttweets!
Nicole you may want to try your luck there:http://www.fly.to/dragonfliesDon't be misled by the site's name: its has both European dragonglies and damselflies. I'd try myself but I'm using a very slow connection at the moment.
And the wing markings are brown on mine, not black:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Coenag...
I don't know about this. The black markings on the body are largely missing (could that fade?) and I can't see that' U' marking they are talking about on that wiki page. The back of this fellow's abdomen looks different too (but that might be due to reflection?).
See mine for comparison: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/688...
Spotted on Jun 29, 2006 Submitted on Aug 10, 2011