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Ringtail at rest I am delighted to see so much damsel and dragonfly activity right now. <br />
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These wandering ringtail damselflies like to be around slow moving or still water and are endemic to the east of our country. <br />
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Here is one taking a rest from its frenetic activity. <br />
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Male, 40 mm body length Australia,Austrolestes leda,Fauna,Geotagged,Lestidae,Odonata,Spring,Wandering Ringtail,arthropod,insect,invertebrate,macro,new south wales,wandering ringtail Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Ringtail at rest

I am delighted to see so much damsel and dragonfly activity right now.

These wandering ringtail damselflies like to be around slow moving or still water and are endemic to the east of our country.

Here is one taking a rest from its frenetic activity.

Male, 40 mm body length

    comments (2)

  1. Lovely! I hope you're having a nice spring! Posted 15 days ago
  2. Lovely shot Ruth Posted 14 days ago

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A small Australian damselfly found not far from water mostly in the south-eastern parts of the continent.

Similar species: Dragonflies And Damselflies
Species identified by Ruth Spigelman
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By Ruth Spigelman

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Uploaded Nov 23, 2022. Captured Nov 21, 2022 09:27 in 10 King St, Shortland NSW 2307, Australia.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/18.0
  • 10/2500s
  • ISO250
  • 105mm