Dragonflies | Namibia
Introduction: Brown Dust-hawkers (Gynacantha villosa) have a thick, haired thorax, from the Latin villosus 'hairy or shaggy'. They inhabit forests and are a crepuscular species.
Distribution: Chobe River rapids near Impalila Island.
Breeding: Females breed in stagnant seasonal swamps and pools in bush or thick forest.
Flight season: Not known.
Max size: Abdomen and hindwing at least 50mm.
Conservation: Not threatened.
20 Days - By using a range of accommodation types and styles this self drive manages to keep costs down while still visiting spectacular areas of the country.
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