A very rare and fascinating find of a feeding remain of a dragonfly from the lithographic limestone in Solnhofen. The insect witch one was may trapped on the water surface become the victim of a marine predator that take the specimen under the water to eat it there. It is hard to image a other scenario that explain how two wigs that would have belong to the same specimen where found so close to each other. (In deep water environments)
The insect had a wingspan of approximately 140 mm.