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Album name:Geoff Harrod / Dragonflies and Damselflies in Lincs
Photographer Name::GEOFF HARROD
Date and Lincs Location::MAY -- GRAVEL PIT
Camera Type and Info::CANON
Filesize:111 KiB
Date added:May 18, 2016
Dimensions:900 x 698 pixels
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MJGrey   [May 19, 2016 at 09:43 AM]
I,m no expert but is this a female Four-spotted Chaser
Trevor Gunby   [May 30, 2016 at 08:12 PM]
Yes female Four-spotted Chaser!
Geoff Harrod   [Jun 03, 2017 at 09:29 AM]
Cheers Guy's, Geoff

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