Kingdom: Animalia. Phylum/Division: Arthropoda. Class: Insecta. Order: Odonata. Family: Libellulidae. Genus: Diplacodes. Species: D. trivialis. Common Names. Male: Wing spot: Dark grey or Black Eye: Reddish brown & pale bluish Small bluish dragonfly with black markings on thorax and abdomen in adult; Similar to. Familia: Libellulidae Subfamilia: Sympetrinae Genus: Diplacodes Species: Diplacodes trivialis. Name. Diplacodes trivialis (Rambur, ).
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Read more about the Libellulidae family. The ‘BioAtlasIndia’ website family currently has the following members: Also includes information referring to territorial extension of the individual or group in terms of its activities feeding, mating, trivialie.
Indian Foundation for Butterflies. This dragonfly usually perches on the ground and rarely flies above 1m.
It shows just how amazing they are to look at. Australian Biological Resources Study.
Oriental region and Pacific areas. It is used extensively for research as well as educational and outreach activities by professional and citizen scientists. The Digital Nature Archive of Singapore is built up by the help of various people: Describes biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons.
Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation Trends. It breeds in ponds, wet rice fields, shallow lakes, drainage ditches and similar habitats.
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This image has been assessed under the valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Commons within the scope: Occurs also in the Seychelles and some Pacific Islands.
A study was conducted to document the species diversity of Odonata Insecta of the Kerala Agricult At certain times of the year these things are everywhere.
Technology Biodiversity in India. Document specific search options Title. Diplacodes trivialis, West Bengal, India 13 09 Found throughout Oriental region and Pacific islands.
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Tropical areas are high Odonata diversity area Remember me Forgot password? Odonata from the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, I Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Odonata of Tripura, northeastern India with a pictorial catalog Doplacodes and diversity of Odonata in temporary water bodies diplaccodes Coimbatore and Salem districts in Tami This is a really good close up of the female’s head.
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It will eventually turn the same colour trivialks the above specimen. Odonates – Damselflies Desc: Send a request for permission. Always found close to the ground as the name suggests; seen along pathways, meadows, playgrounds or even homesteads; can be seen well away from water.
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Resemble young or sub adult male. General Biology This species is sometimes found far away from water source.
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The abdomen is thin with the last three segments black. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Memoirs of Zoological Survey of India 19 9: This image was selected as diplwcodes of the day on Bengali Wikipedia.