Hi Bob,perhaps, you can look here,http://www.schmetterling-raupe.de/ If I have questions I go to this page.Greetings Crissi
Oi, I can`t help you. But it is a funny images. Hope you got help!From Hilda
beautiful olive green colors! no help here!
A lovely image Bob.It lookes like a Black-tailed Skimmer but I am not an expert.
My bet is it's a freshly emerged black tailed skimmer Bob, still developing the mature colouration, which will probably be the blue (male) rather than the gold. (female)http://www.british-dragonflies.org.uk/content/uk-speciesis a very helpful site for dragons and damsels.Trust you're well mate? Andy
Black-tailed Skimmer Bob. Either female or immature, it's very difficult to tell the difference.
She's lovely, whatever it is.
It's a beautiful, olive something, Bob, but sorry I don't know what is it!Thanks for Joni Mitchell:)
Nie pomogę, dla mnie to jest piękna ważka i to mi wystarczy :-))). Pozdrawiam ciepło
it's a beautiful dragonfly...whatever kind he turns out to be!!!!!!
I can't help,but a beautiful series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Bob, was immer es ist - es ist wunderschön. Auf jeden Fall eine Libellenart.Einen herzlichen Abendgruß sendetIrmi
Lovely shot Bob.And isn't it great that so many people come to the rescue like that. :-)
Id probably opt for a female Migrant Hawker Bob
Hi Bob ...no idea from me on a ID,but I do know it is a beauty of a shot!!Grace
I love this kind of dragonflies, I like those kind of red dragonflies even better. Have a nice day!
Superb whatever it is.
No clue about its name. :( Great captures though.
Had to scroll down and see what I missed yesterday and so glad that I did. Lovely dragon images!!!