Around three days after my first visit to Sebberup this year, I went by there again to see if more dragonflies had emerged.
This time there were a lot more Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Cordulia aenea. I also spotted a few Coenagrion pulchellum.
Especially Cordulia aenea seems to be very abundant this year.
More photos have been added to the gallery.

April has been really warm and sunny this year, so I have just been waiting for the first dragonflies to emerge. I was out looking once in late April but without any success.

Went out again today to an area called Sebberup with several smaller lakes. In a sunny spot sheltered from the wind I came across two of the most common early species Pyrrhosoma nymphula and Cordulia aenea. A few new photos have been added to the gallery.