The Green Eyes of the Flying Yellow God
Aeshna isoceles, the Green-Eyed Hawker
also known as the Norfolk Hawker
Altough this rare specimen is classified as Threatened for the portuguese territory, highly located and with a small number of known populations,
new data suggest that known populations are becoming stable
as new populations, such as this one, are being dicovered...
This series of photographs contributed to assign a new location for this species.
A simple contribution to the understanding of their habitat and ecology.
After nearly two years living as nymphs, they emerge as dragonflies...
.This was the first record for this species in its new location.
A contribution to a better understanding of the biology and ecology of this species
New location added
New reproductive theories about its possible generations
and winter right at our door steps
Captured during late April, May, June, September, October and surprisingly in November 2015
You captured me, for sure*