Gravel pit pond – Beginners

Sympetrum striolatum, Grosse Heidelibelle, Common Darter, Sympétrum striéSympecma fusca, Gemeine Winterlibelle, Common Winter Damsel, Leste brun

Characteristics

The series Gravel pit pond for beginners belongs to the group Dragonflies in their habitats – Switzerland and currently includes 151 images of 18 species.

 

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List of species

The series Gravel pit pond – Switzerland – Beginners contains 18 species from 6 families: Skimmers (Libellulidae), Pond Damselflies (Coenagrionidae), Hawkers (Aeshnidae), Emeralds (Corduliidae), Whitelegged Damselflies (Platycnemididae) etc.

  
  1. Black-tailed Skimmer
  2. Blue Featherleg
  3. Brilliant Emerald
  4. Broad Scarlet
  5. Broad-bodied Chaser
  6. Common Bluet
  7. Common Bluetail
  8. Common Darter
  9. Common Winter Damsel
  10. Downy Emerald
  11. Emperor Dragonfly
  12. Four-spotted Chaser
  13. Green-eyed Hawker
  14. Migrant Hawker
  15. Ruddy Darter
  16. Small Bluetail
  17. Southern Skimmer
  18. White-tailed Skimmer
  1. Orthetrum cancellatum
  2. Platycnemis pennipes
  3. Somatochlora metallica
  4. Crocothemis erythraea
  5. Libellula depressa
  6. Enallagma cyathigerum
  7. Ischnura elegans
  8. Sympetrum striolatum
  9. Sympecma fusca
  10. Cordulia aenea
  11. Anax imperator
  12. Libellula quadrimaculata
  13. Aeshna isoceles
  14. Aeshna mixta
  15. Sympetrum sanguineum
  16. Ischnura pumilio
  17. Orthetrum brunneum
  18. Orthetrum albistylum

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