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Crikey Chris, that was quick! I'd only just logged out of the site and you'd added an ID - thank you very much. My wildlife guide only has a handful of dragonflies in it, and this wasn't one of them, so I'm very grateful. I waited ages for it to settle on the plant and had my 300mm lens at its full zoom to get the shot - but I was a little disappointed with the sharpness of the image and had to edit it a little to bring out some detail.
A small but active dragonfly, it settles frequently but not for long, often in quite dense grass / vegetation.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
My Flickr site - www.flickr.com/photos/ceb1298
Very pretty dragonfly... it looks like a Black tailed skimmer... but perhaps it is Black Darter.
You do not get BTS this far north or probably this late in the season. It's a male Black Darter. Regards Chris.
Lat/Lng: 55.697, -4.3383
OS grid ref: NS531473