Blue-spotted hawker facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBlue-spotted hawker
The blue-spotted hawker is a large dragonfly with a pair of blue stripes on either side of the thorax. Mature males have blue eyes whilst females have brown eyes.
Distribution and habitat
The blue-spotted hawker is widespread across Australia, New Zealand, Norfolk Island and some Pacific Islands. Its presence has not been verified in the Northern Territory.
It may be found near ponds and marshes as well as vegetation far from water. It prefers still water but may also be found along calm streams.
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