Cumbria Dragonfly Atlas

download atlas OR query interactive map below (more options below map)

Interactive map shows:

  • Distribution of dragonfly records represented by tetrad (2km x 2km) grids. Each tetrad provides information on how many species and number of records recorded in that location.
  • A ‘Heatmap’ that shows where recording activity has taken place, and SSSI sites. Both layers can be switched on/off as required.
  • The map provides a  tool for searching  species recorded in Cumbria using dragonfly common names.
  • Species photos, location information, number of records and mapping period (status) can be browsed by clicking on species pop-up markers.
  • You can add your comment in the comment box and save/print this map using the ‘Print this page’  button.
  • To zoom the map use +/-  at the bottom right corner or press Ctrl  + use your mouse scroll.
  • You can reset the map at anytime by using the ‘Reset map’ button.
Wednesday, January 8th, 2020 at 11:46pm
The same sentiment for the UK..and probably better to do it before we have a major disaster like the fires of Australia https://t.co/qvAjrJX8j2
Monday, January 6th, 2020 at 7:46pm
Love this idea to #getcumbriabuzzing https://t.co/U8IMV9sJay
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Apithanny @Apithanny
Butterfly theatre underway! Can’t wait to plant it up with borage, cosmos, lavender, rudbeckia, catmint, foxgloves, delphiniums, aquilegia, dwarf buddliea and other pollinator favourites 🦋🌼🐝 Then I shall sit in the middle and probably never get any work done ever again https://t.co/bG11VpvVrG
Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 11:44pm
Potential PhD: Exciting opportunity to explore Invasive Non-Native Species, ecological networks and ecosystem function with @CEHScienceNews @StirUni @BAS_News https://t.co/TU1XKJcs1e Closing date: 10th January 2020