Goldenrings (Cordulegastridae)
This genus consists of two species groups. Each is a complex of similar species, which for the most part do not overlap in distribution. There are five species in the boltonii group and three in the bidentata group. The only British example of this genus is in the former group.
One species has been recorded in Britain.
  • Common Goldenring: common and widespread in western Britain; local elsewhere