The Norfolk Hawker is one of 2 brown hawker dragonflies found in Britain. It has clear wings, green eyes and a yellow triangular mark on the second abdominal segment.
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Encyclopedia of British Dragonflies
|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Scarlet Darter||Crocothemis erythraea||
This darter has a flattened abdomen appearing rather broad compared to other UK darters. The... more
|Brilliant Emerald||Somatochlora metallica||
The Brilliant Emerald has apple green eyes and the abdomen and thorax are dark metallic emerald... more
|Keeled Skimmer||Orthetrum coerulescens||
Length: 40-44mmThe abdomen appears quite slim and has a pronounced dorsal keel. The wings have a... more
|Golden-ringed Dragonfly||Cordulegaster boltonii||
A striking, black and insect with yellow rings along the length of the abdomen. The female is... more
|Brown Hawker||Aeshna grandis||
A large Hawker with obvious golden brown wings. Both sexes have strong yellow stripes on the... more