12 June 1994, while with a party of Bulgarian ornithologists on Mt Erciyes (38°32’N, 35°28’E), one of us (Mr D. Damianov) noticed on the snow, at an altitude of ca 3300 m, a female A. isosceles. It was lethargic, but still alive. The weather was sunny, with a moderate wind. The origin of this individual is impossible to ascertain. At the nearby Kayakevi Ski Centre (alt. 2215 m), there are a small man-made lake and a fast running stream, but no dragonflies occur there. The nearest breeding site to me known of A. isosceles is the “Sultan Marshes” Nature Reserve, at a distance of some 45 km as the crow flies, and at an elevation of hardly 1000 m.