A Visit to Ryebro

The weather has been very sunny and dry for several weeks now here in Denmark and it looks like it will stay so for a while. Perfect conditions for dragonfly hunting, so I took a day off from work, grabbed my camera and drove to Ryebro.

This is a beautiful location I visit every year mainly because it is habitat of two in Denmark relatively rare dragonfly species: Gomphus vulgatissimus and Libellula fulva. Both of them were quite abundant, mostly still immature specimens.

At the same location I also came across Brachytron pratense, Aeshna isoceles, Libellula depressa, Calopteryx virgo, Libellula quadrimaculata, Cordulia aenea and Pyrrhosoma nymphula.

New photos have been added to the gallery.