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A male Migrant Hawker Dragonfly perched in shade in the south hedge. It's been too hot for most insects to be out in the sun during the early afternoon.
A male Migrant Hawker Dragonfly hangs from the desiccated leaves of a
cut Blackberry stem.
Blackberry is a valuable wildlife resource, but keeping access past areas where they grow is a constant chore - stems can grow across a path in just a week.
The most numerous Hawker Dragonfly this year is the Migrant Hawker. Here is a male flying by accurately positioned at about 7 fps.
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