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Spotting dragons and damsels across Lochaber

AS BEFITS northern climes, we do not have many species of dragonflies and damselflies, with perhaps only 15 breeding in Lochaber, but we do have some local specialities.

These include the evocatively named azure hawker, northern emerald, whitefaced darter and beautiful demoiselle.

There has been a growing interest in spotting and photographing all the British species of odonata, so such rarities may even attract the visiting naturalist.

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