Fritillary 10


Fritillary 10


Clockwise from top left:
Small Red-eyed Damselfly (male)
Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly (immature female of the aurantiaca form)
Migrant Hawker
Keeled Skimmer

Fritillary 10 is the seventh on-line volume of Fritillary. From this page you can download the articles in Fritillary 10 in PDF format .

Fritillary 10 consists of just one paper, on the dragonflies and damselflies of Oxfordshire. It is not yet available in hard copy. You may download the paper from here should you wish.


  1. Cover
  2. Editorial
    F. H. Watkins and D. Lewis
  3. Introduction
    M. H. Abel
  4. The Dragonflies and Damselflies of Oxfordshire
    S. F. Burch
    published online June 2022
    This paper provides a timely update of current knowledge of the dragonflies of Oxfordshire. All 37 species that have been recorded are described and distribution maps for all species, derived from all records within the National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Atlas database are given.

    An analysis to show how the relative recording frequencies of individual species have changed over time has been carried out and highlights increases and decreases relative to the numbers of records received for all dragonflies. This includes species recently arrived in Oxfordshire having expanded their range from continental Europe to England.