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24 août 2015

Our second meeting with the Goblet-marked Damselfly

Erythromma lindenii, E. viridulum
21-23.08.2015, Gryżyna Landscape Park

Erythromma lindenii has a small extent restricted to the mid-westren part of Poland. Currently, it is known only from 34 localities. This species strictly related to lakes rich in aquatic submerged vegetation periodically appearing on the water surface, as Myriophyllum spicatum and Ceratophyllum demersum. For the first time we observed this species in summer 2011. Our second meeting with this beautiful damselfly took place during the 12th National Symposium of Odonatology of the Polish Entomological Society, which took place a few days ago in Gryżyna Landscape Park.

Erythromma lindenii male
E. lindenii male
E.lindenii male
E. lindenii male
E. lindenii male
males of Erythromma viridulum and E. lindenii
male of E. lindenii during a meal
E. lindenii male
E. lindenii male
before oviposition...
pair ovipositing
gatecrasher :-)
pair ovipositing
Michał & Piotr

2 commentaires:

  1. Hello! Back from holidays, with a beautiful series! Wow, the eyes of the viridulum male! I also like very much the colors of the female E. lindenii, delicate green and blues tints! Thank you for the sharing of this series! Greetings, M.

  2. WOW! Wonderful series!
    I discover they are fairly scarce where you are then...
    Not that they are that common here either but I guess more common throughout France.
    Each photo is a peace of artwork and my favourite is the one with the 2 different males!
    Thanks for sharing :)


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