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Username Stephen Routledge
Status active
Joined Dec 24, 2006
Location Barnetby-Le-Wold,North Lincolnshire.
Interests Birds,Dragon's,Butterflies and Insects.
Occupation Factory Worker.
Biography I have had an interest in wildlife in general all my life,but have been a keen birder for 23 years now,and have in recent years, started taking an interest in the insect world,have been looking at Dragonflies seriously for the past 4 years,along with Butterflies.
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10/24/15 at 08:09Hi Geoff this is a male Common Darter,the biggest give away are the pale stripes down the legs which Ruddy does not show,it has all black legs.Another couple of usefull features are the distinct,double stripes down the sides of the thorax and not so extensive area of black along the edge of the frons.


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