|The pond in Milkmead Copse|
|Water scorpion, Nepa cinerea|
|N. cinerea attacking a dragonfly numph.|
|N. cinerea on the back of the dragonfly nymph|
|Dragonfly nymph, possibly Orthetrum cancellatum, the black-tailed skimmer. Note the hairs on the legs and body, coated in silt.|
|The same dragonfly nymph - note the protruding eyes and the 'mask' showing the mandibles.|
Denton, J. (2007). Water Bugs and Water Beetles of Surrey. SWT, Pirbright.