|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Widespread and locally common in suitable sites. Adults can be seen between mid June and September. The Ruddy Darter is found in fens, cutover bogs and small lakes including turloughs. There is some evidence for immigration.|
This species is most likely to be confused with the Red-veined Darter Sympetrum fonscolombei and the Common Darter Sympetrum striolatum however the latter is more orange-red and has a straight sided abdomen and yellow stripes on the legs. Female Ruddy Darters are similar to female Black Darters Sympetrum danae however in the former there is no black triangular marking on the thorax.
Info from: here.
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What you use ?
Only the Canon EF 100 mm F2.8 Macro USM,???
No niezly portrecik! :)
Fajnie wygladaja te krople na glowie wazki. Tadycyjnie macro super :) Na Twoim zdjeciu wyglada jakby miala trzy oczy zlozone ;)
Hello Pawel ,
Now this is an extreme macro image,
And definitely a prize winning image in its category.
Excellent details shown.
All credit goes to you.
A super MACRO!... congratulations! impressive handled whith your 40D and EF 100 2.8!, beatiful detalis, and the water drops is an aditional top for the set!