Here be dragons!

This year I’m taking a special interest on dragonflies. They are a relatively small group, species are easy to identify in the field and they offer a range behaviours relatively easy to watch. In July I atended an FSC course on identification of aquatic macroinvertebrates and I immediately wanted to learn to identify dragonfly and damselfly larvae. A few days after the course I visited my local wildlife garden and went to the pond to check invertebrates. Something on the leaves of an aquatic…

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