Bright and sunny so expected to see something on the wing today and was not disappointed. At the Dragonfly pond a male Emperor was patroling for a while but then moved off but there was still plenty of Common Darters around, I counted 13 pairs in tandem and ovipositing but were being harassed by a male Southern Hawker. The only Damsel seen was a lone Blue-tailed male. There were more Common Darters around and about the reserve basking in the sunshine.
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