Female polymorphism in blue-tailed Damselflies

It’s 30 days wild! I am joining again this June, trying to see, record and find out about as much wildlife as I can – and reviving BugBlog, which has been dormant far too long. I will make a especial effort with dragonflies and damselflies, writing a post on each species I see, but I will also be blogging in my other blogs Wild about Hull and The Rattling Crow.
Adult dragonflies and damselflies tend to be active in warm weather. Today it was a warm, but cloudy and humid day with a few brief…

Source: BugBlog

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