Female yellow darter, szablak żółty (Sympetrum flaveolum). Young females are yellow, turning red over time. A species of insect from the family of dragonflies (Libellulidae). It is found in Eurasia - from Western Europe to Japan. It is a common species in Poland.
Body length up to 37 mm, wingspan 64 mm. Inhabits warm stagnant waters. Breeding is confined to stagnant water, usually in peat bogs. In Poland, imagines fly from June to the first days of October. Sympetrum flaveolum is common throughout the country, also in the mountains, where imagines reach an altitude of 1600 m above sea level.
Here in our little garden. Photo taken freehand at 1/30 and 300 mm :)