Amazing in flight - taken aback at the size - new to me. Yellow = female?
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It is a female as the anal appendages are set wide apart. It should be noted that immature males are also yellow but their anal appendages are set close together and even converge.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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Chris - are they always this sort of size? - really took me aback when flew in front of me.
Females appear bigger as their abdomen's are usually broader. A large and impressive insect. Regards Chris
PS I should have said nice pic by the way.
Here is a useful guide
Lat/Lng: 51.336, 1.1404
OS grid ref: TR188643
Edge of KWT car park