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This bird was about 8 inches from foot to head, would it have been a juvenile female?
Dave Croker - Geograph
You should add the scientific name by pressing the "get recommended" tab when adding an ID. I think someone else may if you decide not to.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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Thanks for the tip, as this is my first post on the site I will have to get used to it.
Hi Dave welcome to iSpot. It's the Latin name that truly identifies your sighting and links it to other similar sightings on iSpot. In addition any agreements you get builds your reputation on the site, something you may or may not be interested in. Regards Chris
Hi dave, in answer to your question; yes it looks like a juvenile, although whether M or F, difficult to tell.
Lat/Lng: 52.6, -3.0
OS grid ref: SJ3301