From the iridescent swamp bluet of south-eastern Australia to the nomadic wandering pennant, from the colourful dragonflies of the north-eastern rainforests to the yellow-striped flutterer, there are 325 species of dragonfly and damselfly to discover in Australia.

We are insects and we typically inhabit environments with fresh water, where we lay our eggs. We use gills to breathe under water and feed on aquatic invertebrates, tadpoles and even small fish.

DragonFly Size: 24cm x 16cm


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