SteveMayhem08: A couple of fresh Black Darter in Dorset yesterday in what was not really favourable conditions @BDSdragonflies https://t.co/zIenYyWwyX

SteveMayhem08: A couple of fresh Black Darter in Dorset yesterday in what was not really favourable conditions @BDSdragonflies https://t.co/zIenYyWwyX

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Tweet Contents A couple of fresh Black Darter in Dorset yesterday in what was not really favourable conditions @BDSdragonflies https://t.co/zIenYyWwyX
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Tweet Author Steve Birt
Tweet Date Sunday, 16 July, 2017 - 11:15
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Common Name Black Darter
Scientific Name Sympetrum danae
Interest Level
3/5
Related Species Dragonflies
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Habitat Reference H4: Valley Mire and Bog
Summary

A dragonfly of the Dorset heath favouring acidic boggy waters. It can be seen flying from July through until October.


 

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Black Darter, Purbeck, Dorset. 02-07-17 https://t.co/O4Ywtejss5
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02/07/2017 - 15:30
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Black Darter, Morden Bog https://t.co/29dxlDwFgA
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05/07/2017 - 17:00
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A couple of fresh Black Darter in Dorset yesterday in what was not really favourable conditions @BDSdragonflies https://t.co/zIenYyWwyX
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16/07/2017 - 11:15
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Black Darter at Higher Hyde Heath this evening #dorsetwt https://t.co/aFu7oldtsQ
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18/07/2017 - 19:00
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