Class: Insecta. Order: Odonata. Family: Coenagrionidae. Genus: Ischnura. Species: I. senegalensis. Common Names: Common Bluetail. Status: Common. Male: Eyes: Upper side black; underside pale green to yellow. Two bright blue spots present behind the eyes. Thorax: Bronze backed with pale green sides and . General Description. Small, hairy, brightly coloured, blue, greenish blue and shiny black, with blue and black pterostigmas and bright cobalt blue abdominal tip.
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Odonata diversity was assessed in 13 temporary water bodies of Coimbatore and Salem districts in Ta About ConsEnt By combining Conservation Ecology and Entomology, our department at Stellenbosch University brings together a considerable body of teaching and research expertise in the rapidly growing important field of conservation in agricultural and development landscapes. Read more about the Coenagrionidae family. The last segment has black upper side and yellow on sides.
This female is eating another damselfly A. By combining Conservation Ecology and Entomology, our department at Stellenbosch University brings together a considerable body of teaching and research expertise in the rapidly growing important field of conservation in agricultural and development landscapes.
Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. The segments are bright yellow with black upper side. New records of dragonflies and damselflies Insecta: It is a ferocious killer and does not hesitate to take on prey as large as itself. The green on thorax and abdomen may turn to blue in both male and female when aged.
Odonates were surveyed in Coimbatore District from September to January In males, the hindwing is 14 to 15 mm in length and the total body length ranges from 28 to 30 mm.
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Dragonflies and Damselflies Odonata: The present study sejegalensis undertaken to examine the diversity, occurrence and distribution pattern of d Odonata from the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, I Description This damselfly is small but robust. Female face color Odonata.
Ethiopian and Oriental region. Terrestrial; Freshwater List of Habitats: Mon, 31 Dec Segments and have orage color laterally, will fade when matured.
Females are polymorphic and can occur in various forms including olive and ischnhra orange forms. It can be seen everywhere in the lowlands and is quite an aggressive feeder. Documenting the fauna of a small temporary pond from Pune, Maharashtra, India Desc: For the Australian species, see Ischnura heterosticta.
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Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. Adult odonate observations that have been databased on this site: The females of this species exhibit sexual mimicry. Technology Biodiversity in India.
Copula seen on lily pads or in vegetation near water; females oviposit in standing waters. Nomenclature and Classification Nomenclature and Classification. The study reports the results from surveys for Odonates in the State of Goa over 19 months during User specific search options User.
Email us at dbsthh nus. Catchment landscape degradation and habitat modifications of freshwater ecosystems are a primary ca