Griseargiolestes albescens (Coastal Flatwing) is a creature of streams, boggy seepages, swamps and “maybe dune lakes” [ ❓ ]. This seems to be another example of how scant some of the information is for some of the Australian species. ‘T was said that not many folks in Australia seem to go out studying and recording dragonflies.
I had just one meeting with this critter and it was at the tick-infested Yugarapul Park. It is often only males that are seen and photographed but on this occasion I saw only females; two, I believe.