Bluebells and a Dragonfly by Jonah (aged 7)

An excellent drawing by Jonah, who has noticed that the flowers of native bluebells grow on only one side of the stem; there are seedlings growing next to the parent plant. The dragonfly is probably an emperor dragonfly, one of the few species that becomes a full adult in April when the bluebells are flowering. Jonah has, quite correctly, recorded that its abdomen is longer than its hind wing.

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