Queensland naturalist trip - dragonflies
March 26, 2015 — August 26, 2016
I left France to Australia, where I spent almost 2 years travelling through Queensland and looking for wildlife. My first passion goes to snakes and birds, but the Australia's wildlife is so amazing that I quickly started to study and photograph every animal I saw, from frogs to mammals, spiders, insects...
Here are all the dragonflies and damselflies recorded in Queensland during my field trip and for each species one or several photos I took.
I am new in dragonflies and I am not quite sure about the identification of some species so you are more than welcome to correct my notes :)
All the pictures are from me.
Herping and birding in the rainforest and sometimes watching a dragonfly ;)
Granite Gorge, north-east Queensland, Australia.
Rivers, rocks and boulders, perfect spot for dragonflies.Read more.
Dimbulah, north-east Queensland, Australia. From november 2015 to march 2016, the wet season there.
When I'm not picking and packing at he organic farm, I'm watching the dragonflies... ;) At night near the river, many are sleeping in the bushes, easy to admire :) The temporary water holes on the farm are an other good spot to see them.Read more.
Mareeba Wetlands, Atherton Tablelands area, tropical north-east Queensland, Australia.
Just before the big rains of the wet season. Laggons, rivers, grass lands.Read more.
Mareeba lakes, Atherton Tablelands area, tropical north-east Queensland, Australia.
Walking around the lakes of Mareeba, so many dragonflies and damselflies !Read more.
Bushwalking in Mossman Gorges, rainforest and creeks. Good spot for wildlife.Read more.
Tinaroo Lakes, Atherton Tablelands area, tropical north-east Queensland, Australia.Read more.
Atherton Tablelands area, tropical north-east Queensland, Australia.Read more.
Eubenangee Swamp, north-east Queensland, Australia.
Rainforest surrounding the swamp. Many dragonflies around the grassy edges of the swamp.Read more.
Walks around the lagoons of Tyto Wetlands, wonderful spot for birds and insects.Read more.
A few kilometers from Brisbane, south-east Queensland, Australia.
Walking in the forest, winter time, hills and streams.Read more.