Rhionaeschna multicolor Blue-eyed Darner

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    Aeschna multicolor or Rhionaeschna multicolor/Blue-eyed Darner taken at Frances Nielson Park, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.

    carex_grayii, DrPhotoMoto, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. kevino98 75 months ago | reply

      I've never seen a shot like this - wow!

    2. DrPhotoMoto 75 months ago | reply

      Quite beautiful dragon and wonderful action shot. MOTO

    3. DrPhotoMoto 74 months ago | reply

      Not Your Normal Bug - Please Award 2

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    4. David A. Hofmann 74 months ago | reply

      Dragonfly photos are not allowed in "Not Your Normal Bug", but thanks anyways for your comments.

    5. drmiguelrondon 71 months ago | reply

      it's just amazin'... great shot!!!!

    6. PawsForWildlife 58 months ago | reply

      Hello

      My fiancee and I have launched a new wildlife website where we are hoping to educate children about all different species and subspecies. We are also covering mutations and hybrids, extinct species and animal cruelty. We want people to understand that animals have a right to survive alongside us, and to bring the horrors of such things as poaching and the medicine markets into view of people who would otherwise take no notice. We hope that with our site people may take a more positive approach which will hopefully lead to the survival of some of our most precious and vulnerable species. We are a non-profit website (which was launched in January 2010) and may only have a donations area for people who wish to help us build the site to cover as many animals as possible and get the message out there.

      I am writing to request permission to use this photo. I would of course credit you under each pic and even create a link to your Flickr page if you would like. If you wish to help please email me with permission and a copy of the photo(s). Any help would be appreciated, Thank you

      SebastianBawn@live.co.uk

      www.PawsForWildlife.co.uk

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