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Four-Spotted Chaser Libellula quadrimaculata have very distinctive tapering bodies unlike any other dragonfly. They can usually be found around still water bodies, including brackish moorland pools, rivers and upland lakes and lochs on emergent aquatic vegetation. Male four-spotted chasers are active insects and can be seen hawking over the water both hunting for other insects and marking out their territories.

Photograph by Colin Varndell

About Colin Varndell

Colin Varndell is a Dorset based natural history photographer best known for his evocative images of animals, birds, insects, wild flowers and landscapes. Colin also applies his distinctive style in photographing gardens.

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