A brown form. Doesn't seem quite brown enough to be f. brunnea
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Glad you put this on, I had a green one then a brown one a year or so ago, I got it in my head that the brown = female and green = male!! Couldnt work out why, so refering back to my books - Skinners moths of British Isle, they all look brownish, however in British Moths and butterflys by Chris Manley, photo shows brown & green mating! However in Concise guide to moths of GB & Ireland by M.Townsend & P.Waring, male is shown as green & female browner, it also shows f.brunnea & f.centripunctata. Skinner says that males vary from pale salmon pink to dark olive green, females light pink to reddish brown. Easy then (I find)to confuse gender with other forms.
It's times like this that my colour blindness seems like a blessing! I wouldn't have noticed the difference.....
Hampshire Dragonfly recorder
Hampshire & IOW Wildlfe Trust
Lat/Lng: 51.546762058095, -0.33246517181396
OS grid ref: TQ157844