Dragonflies | Namibia
Introduction: Cherry-eye Sprites (Pseudagrion sublacteum) will inhabit running waters, although sightings of this species at swimming pools have been recorded. Western ephemeral rivers are a common catchment areas for this Sprite.
Colouration: Unique purplish thorax in the males, cherry-red eyes in the frontal half. A mostly black abdomen and 'slightly milky' (sublacteum) whitish, translucent wings of the female.
Breeding: Emergence begins a few days before the larva leaves the water.
Flight season: Throughout the year, less for the month of September.
Conservation: Not threatened.
Accommodation and hot-springs at the southern end of the Fish River Canyon
Probably the most popular lodge in the area. Friendly staff, interesting rooms and an emphasis on growing all local produce make for a wonderful stay
The smaller sibling to the Canon Lodge & Village, this fun establishment boasts loads of character
Supposedly laid out like an African village - this tends to be second choice to the Lodge but still offers good value
On the edge of the canyon with stunning views
Campsite close to the main viewpoint over the Fish River Canyon