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  • Fiona, Ellie and Daniele, 3/4 of our staff team.

    Spring Meeting 2019 Round Up by Brian Walker, Chairperson: We held our spring meeting in Knutsford Methodist Church on 30th March 2019.  It was well attended

  • Surveyed countries on a map of Europe

    Distribution trends of European dragonflies under climate change: new study using BDS data

  • Daffodils and Dragonflies: the Emperor's arrival

  • Clubtail Count: 2018 results

  • "The last man standing": a possible new taxonomic entity for European Odonata


Dragonfly Challenge 2018

Star of the Month

Common Blue Damselfly - Brian WalkerCommon Blue Damselfly Enallagma cyathigerum is our most abundant damselfly with thousands appearing at favoured sites.  They are still worth looking at as there is a very attractive blue female form to find.  The proportion of females of this form is generally less than 10%.  There is some evidence that the species is declining, so all records have value.

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