First two photos same insect. Third just illustrates there were Emperors there
No interactions present.
The first two are females like the last one (most obvious in the first photo because the secondary genitalia would be visible under the second abdomen segement of a male, and there would be a lower appendage at the tip of the abdomen.
Ah, thanks. I need to become more familiar with genitalia. If you see what I mean.
Lat/Lng: 50.8931755, 0.6550423
OS grid ref: TQ868137
Pond in wild garden with bullrushes and a variety of marginal and aquatic vegetation