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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Abundance and diversity of Odonata in temporary water bodies of Coimbatore and Salem districts in Tami The abdomen is diplacoces with the last three segments black.
This is a common species across much of its range. Male leg color Odonata. Studies on the entomofauna of Kane Wildlife Sanctuary revealed the occurrence of species of ins Permission Reusing this file.
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A study was conducted to document the species diversity of Odonata Insecta of the Kerala Agricult Includes communication, perception, modes and mechanisms of locomotion, as well as long term strategies except mating and reproductive strategies, covered under reproduction. A study was made to determine the present status of the diversity of the dragonflies and damselflie User specific search options User.
Natural History Natural History Cyclicity. Describes biorhythms – those states or conditions characterised by regular repetition in time, whether on the scale of seconds, hours, days, or seasons. Reddish brown above and pale bluish or yellowish below. Young male without pruinescence showing the white patch at the base of his hindwings.
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Male abdomen color Odonata. Catchment landscape degradation and habitat modifications of freshwater ecosystems are a primary ca Male wingspot color Odonata. It was captioned as follows: Media related to Diplacodes trivialis at Wikimedia Commons. Radicallymoderate Usage on es. The parasitic association between water mites Arrenurus spp.
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But as it matures it becomes a powdery blue colour see below. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. Least Concern ver 3. Odonata from the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, I Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform.
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General Biology This species is sometimes found far away from water source. Male hindwing size Odonata mm. Female eye color Odonata. National Centre for Biological Sciences NCBS holds copyright for all the original material and data compilations on the Odonata of India and other Biodiversity Atlas – India websites, except that photographers hold copyright for images, as cited. This is a Quality image and is considered to meet the Quality image guidelines. Diplacodes trivialis Rambur, One of the commonest dragonflies in triialis, fields, playgrounds, etc.
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Diplacodes trivialis female, a small greenish yellow dragonfly with black markings. The anal appendages are white. I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under dipplacodes following license: This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
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Wide array of wetlands, open fields and urban gardens. Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables.