Emperor - Lee Collins
Good numbers of Azure Damselfly emerged but were less numerous than last year, with Blue-tailed Damselfly also in short supply. Other species were also present in reduced numbers with just two Broad-bodied Chaser holding territory and there were far fewer Migrant Hawker recorded, although Southern Hawker remained stable.
Broad-bodied Chaser - Alan Keatley
Common Darter had an extended season with four, including a pair ovipositing, at the Main Pond on 16 November. However they only exceeded a daily total of ten on a couple of dates this year.
Common Darter - Alan Keatley
In terms of migrants to the Recording Area there were only two sightings of Golden-ringed Dragonfly but more traveled sightings included a Red-veined Darter on 6 July, and the fourth site record of Vagrant Emperor on 16 October. A probable Vagrant Emperor was also noted on 3rd November.
Golden-ringed Dragonfly - Alan Keatley