Found a red-veined darter on Mynydd Cilan on the Llŷn yesterday. It was on a small pool known as Pwll Du. A shallow clifftop pool that dries out in normal summers. I couldnt get anywhere near it so resorted to digiscoping - hence the dodgy pics.
Also on the other pools on the headland weer 10 emperors, including an egg-laying female, 5 common hawkers, emerald spreadwing and many common darters
|teneral common darter|
|Pwll du with Ynys Enlli in the distance|
There were large numbers of butterflies on the heathland, mostly grayling, ringlet and meadow brown and also a few common blues.