Identifiering av trollsländor är svårt. Jag gör mitt bästa men det är inte säkert jag har rätt.
To ID dragonflies is hard. I do my best but I might get it wrong. So, don´t take my word for it.


Fyrfläckad trollslända - Libellula quadrimaculata - Four-Spotted Chaser

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Newly emerged from a case found nearby. The wings looks like silver in the light.

 Seems to be called "case" not pup. This seems to be intact so the dragonfly might still be inside.

Probably drying the wings as it has some weird positions.
Fyrfläckad trollslända - Libellula quadrimaculata - Four-Spotted Chaser
NF Photo 130604, Carl Ugglas Park

More info on this dragonfly and it´s life cycle can be found on  ARKive

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Unknown said...

Att bara någonting så fult kan bli någonting så vackert!

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shots, I love the dragonflies!

Annemor said...

Nydelig. Det er flott med libeller. Jeg har ikke mange her, men i sommerheimen finnes de.
Morsomt å se puppen også.
Ha en fin dag.

Judy said...

Beautiful images!!! I really like the way the wings reflect the light in the first image!!!

ulla laiho said...

Verkligen bra bilder - jag tycker det är svårt att fota trollsländor - de sitter inte stilla.

MitchyLR said...

Wow, excellent shots!! I particularly like the 'case' shot, don't often see those!!

FAB said...

Plenty of these on the wing in the UK at the moment. Excellent images, particularly the 'case' shot.

Anonymous said...

Ah - how gorgeous!

NatureFootstep said...

thanks everyone. :)

Anonymous said...

What gorgeous photos!