|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|A robust looking damselfly, especially the female, Pyrrhosoma nymphula is widespread in most of Europe. It is easily identifiable aside from in western Greece, southern Albania and Corfu, where it may be confused with P. elisabethae, with a hand lens required to confirm identity.|
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Apart from the shallow DOF, perfect in all photographic aspects. Excellent work.