Norfolk hawker by Elizabeth Dack 1/10
Norfolk hawker by Tabs Taberham 2/10
Norfolk hawker pair by Richard Brunton 3/10
Norfolk hawker male by Greg Bond 4/10
Norfolk hawker in flight by Elizabeth Dack 5/10
Norfolk hawker by Jackie Dent 6/10
Norfolk hawker by Elizabeth Dack 7/10
Norfolk hawker in flight by Andrew Barrett 8/10
Norfolk hawker by Stephen Robson 9/10
Norfolk hawker by Bob Carpenter 10/10

Norfolk hawker Anaciaeschna isoceles

The Norfolk hawker is a rare species, with clear wings, green eyes and the characteristic yellow triangle shape on the dragonfly’s body which make this endangered dragonfly very distinctive.

Conservation status

The Norfolk hawker, which has its stronghold in Norfolk, is a nationally rare dragonfly. It is classified as endangered and is fully protected by law.

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Dragonflies are able to fly at speeds of up to 36km an hour, move their wings approximately 30 times a second and fly forwards, sideways and backwards.

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