Species List Odonata Recording Form

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Warwickshire Dragonfly Group

Species List Odonata Recording Form

Site name:

Site OS grid reference (6 or more figures) :

Water body name:

Water body OS grid reference (6 or more figures):

Date (dd/mm/yyyy)

Start time (hh:mm):

Finish time(hh:mm):

Name of recorder(s):



% Sun (see below):

Wind speed(see below):

Record all species seen even common ones.

When monitoring it may be more practical to estimate the number of each species present rather than counting to absolute numbers. Use the following estimate codes:

Use blanks columns for any additional species.

  • B=2-5

  • C=6-20

  • D=21-100,

  • E=101-500

  • F=500+.

  • + or y=Present no count made

Common name


Common name


Have all damselflies been recorded? (y/n)

Have all dragonflies been recorded? (y/n)

Beautiful Demoiselle

Migrant Hawker

Banded Demoiselle

Southern Hawker

Emerald Damselfly

Brown Hawker

White-legged Damselfly

Emperor Dragonfly

Large Red Damselfly

Hairy Dragonfly

Red-eyed Damselfly

Four-spotted Chaser

Small Red-eyed Damselfly

Broad-bodied Chaser

Azure Damselfly

Black-tailed Skimmer

Common-Blue Damselfly

Common Darter

Blue-tailed Damselfly

Ruddy Darter

Percentage sun is estimated from the amount of sunshine experienced during the surveying. For example if it was sunny during three quarters of the survey then the percentage cover of sun would be 75%. It is officially sunny when an object can cast a shadow.

Beuafort wind scale

0. Calm. Smoke rises vertically. 4. Dust raised small branches move.

1 Smoke drift indicates wind 5. Moderate sized direction. Branches move. Small

2. Wind felt on skin. Leaves rustle. Trees sway.

3. Leaves and small twigs move. 6. Large branches move.

Larger trees start to


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